Problem: Which is the MOST polar bond?A. S–H      B. Si–H      C. Cl–H     D. O–H      E. H–H

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We’re being asked to identify the most polar bond among the bonds: S-H, Si-H, Cl-H, O-H and H-H

For this problem, we can determine the electronegative difference (ΔEN) of each pair to gauge the polarity of the bonds where the larger the EN difference, the more polar the bond is.

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Which is the MOST polar bond?

A. S–H      B. Si–H      C. Cl–H     D. O–H      E. H–H

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