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Why is tert-butyl methyl ether more polar than petroleum ether?

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Because petroleum ether isn't an ether- it's composed of hydrocarbons, which are nonpolar. The real ether that is in tBME includes oxygen, which is electronegative and creates more polarity in the molecule. more
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