I understand that water has intermolecular forces such as hydrogen bonding, so it's really hard to separate the molecules. And, ethanol also has hydrogen bonding, but london dispersion force as well. Why is water more polar than ethanol?
is it because ethanol also has a london dispersion force, so part of the bond is weak in attraction?
edit: water also has London dispersion force (LDF), but I think since ethanol is mostly comprised of LDF, it is weak in attraction with other ethanol molecules?