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We can identify the polarity of the bonds using the difference in electronegativity.
We only observe one bond for each element. We are not looking for the polarity of the molecule but how polar the bonds are in the molecules.
Consider the molecules SCl 2, F2, CS2, CF4, and BrCl.
(a) Which has bonds that are the most polar?
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