Show the direction of polarity by selecting the correct partial charges.
(A.) δ+Te - Oδ-
Te → electronegativity = 2.10
O → electronegativity = 3.44
Difference: 1.34 → most polar bond
O is partially negative since it is more electronegative. Te becomes partially positive.
For each bond, show the direction of polarity by selecting the correct partial charges.
The most polar bond is
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