What are Polar and Non-Polar Molecules? What Kind of Based Material is Non-Polar | Chemix Guru

Polar Molecules

This question can be divided into two parts. The first part is the introduction of polar and non-polar molecules, and the other part is an introduction of some common non-polar materials.

What are Polar and Non-Polar Molecules?

Molecules can be divided as polar or non-polar molecules and some molecules are in between the two.

Electronics always go around in a molecule, a polar molecule is a molecule that has a separation of charge, the positive electrical charge, and the other side has a negative charge. In contrast, the non-polar would be the total opposite, electrical charges of non-polar molecules are almost distributed across the molecule.

Also, Polar molecules are water-soluble, while non-polar molecules are fat-soluble.

What kind of based material is non-polar?

There are various non-polar materials in the world. With our experienced R&D team, Chemix Guru provides many adhesive systems to meet the characters of each material. Below are the two most common non-polar materials. Still, we have our own adhesive to meet other materials, such as laminating adhesive for nylon, etc.


Polyethylene is one of the most widely produced plastics in the world. The demand for PE is around tens of millions of tons are produced worldwide each year. PE products are also able to meet the unique needs of the chemical, fiber, food, packaging, and pharmaceutical industries.


Polypropylene can be produced in a variety of applications including packaging and labeling, textiles. After polyethylene, Polypropylene is the world’s second-most widely produced synthetic plastic.

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