which of the following molecules or ions contain polar bonds?

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  • 6 months ago

    Polar bonds .....

    Almost all bonds are polar to one degree or another. It depends on the electronegativity difference. The only truly nonpolar bonds are between atoms of the same element. Although, sometimes two bonded atoms may have the same electronegativity and have a nonpolar bond.

    H−H ........... nonpolar

    Cl−Cl .......... nonpolar

    C−Se .......... nonpolar

    H−Cl ........... polar

    C−Cl ........... polar

    H−O ............ polar

    Na−Cl ......... really polar

    Cs−F .......... the most polar

  • 6 months ago

    It would help a great deal if you actually included the molecules from which to choose.

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