Question #38e2c

1 Answer
Jan 18, 2018

Yes, polar bonds are stronger than non polar bonds.


This is because polar bonds are formed by the transfer of elecrons.One part aquires the positive charge and other part squires the negative charge.Thus there is a strong force of attraction between the particles and polar bonds are stronger.
On the other side non-polar bonds are formed by sharing of electrons or overlapping of shells.In this electrons come very close and they have a string force of repulsion.Thus non-polar bonds are weaker.