Is HF polar or non-polar?


HF, or hydrogen flouride, is polar. The covalent bonds in the molecule are polar. The covalent bond electrons are displaced and drawn toward the electronegative fluorine atom.
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1. Determine whether the molecule has polar or non-polar bonds. A molecule has polar bonds if there is a significant difference in electronegativity between the two elements. If the
Polar bond - a type of covalent bond in which the electrons are shared but
The power and beauty of the periodic table is that without additional charts and tables, the simple positioning of the elements under study tells a lot. So as to the polar vs. non-polar
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