What is a non polar solvent?

MI Midcrypto asked on 13 June 2020, 19:30
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Non-polar solvents are those that are liphophilic as they usually dissolve non-polar substances which include fats, greases and oils
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Non-polar solvents are those that are liphophilic as they usually dissolve non-polar substances which include fats, greases and oils
SO

It is a solvent which has no poles i.e. +ve and -ve charge to make up dipoles. Thus a solvent which has no poles is a non-polar solvent. One can also say it as a solvent which can’t dissociate into +ve and -ve ions e.g. CCl4

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