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For the molecules that have polar bonds to be non-polar they must have:
(i) For the molecule to be square planar it needs to have lone pairs.
(ii) Tetrahedral does not have lone pairs and have bonds pointing the opposite of each other.
(iii) Seesaw geometry is not symmetrical at all and has lone pairs.
Which of the following AF4 molecules will have a zero dipole moment?
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