Problem: Which molecule or compound below contains a polar covalent bond?a. ZnSb. NCl3c. C2H4d. LiIe. AgCl

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  • From the choices below, we have to analyze the bonds between the given atoms from each compound

  • Remember that not all metal + nonmetal molecules are ionic, they may appear as covalent bonds depending on the electronegativity difference

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Which molecule or compound below contains a polar covalent bond?

a. ZnS

b. NCl3

c. C2H4

d. LiI

e. AgCl

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