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Solution: Which of the following shows these molecules in order from the most polar to least polar? a. CH4 > CF2Cl2 > CCl4 CCl2H2 b. CH4 > CF2H2 > CF2Cl2 > CCl4 > CCl2H2 c. CF2Cl2 > CF2H2 > CCl2H2 > CH4 = CCl4 d. CF2H2 > CCl2H2 > CF2Cl2 > CH4 = CCl4 e. CF2Cl2 > CF2H2 > CCl4 > CCl2H2 > CH4

Problem

Which of the following shows these molecules in order from the most polar to least polar?

a. CH4 > CF2Cl2 > CCl4 CCl2H2

b. CH4 > CF2H2 > CF2Cl2 > CCl4 > CCl2H2

c. CF2Cl2 > CF2H2 > CCl2H2 > CH4 = CCl4

d. CF2H2 > CCl2H2 > CF2Cl2 > CH4 = CCl4

e. CF2Cl2 > CF2H2 > CCl4 > CCl2H2 > CH4