# Question #9a436

There are 3 C-H bonds, 1 C-O bond and 1 O-H bond in methanol, $C {H}_{3} O H$. Because the electronegativity (EN) difference between C and H is very small, the C-H bond is considered non-polar. The EN of O is very large, resulting in both the C-O and the O-H bonds being polar.