• # question_answer Can a non-polar molecule have polar covalent bonds?

Yes, it is possible in case of molecules having linear and symmetrical shapes. In them, the bonds are polar but their polarities cancel out resulting in non-polar molecules. For example, in$C{{O}_{2}}\,(O=C=O)$ both the bonds are polar. But as it is linear in nature, the polarities of the bonds cancel and the molecule is non-polar in nature.