Problem: Which of the following statements about polar molecules is  false? a. A molecule with polar bonds can be nonpolar. b. A molecule with polar bonds can be polar. c. A molecule with only nonpolar bonds can be polar. d. A molecule with 120° bond angles can be polar. e. A molecule with 180° bond angles can be polar.

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Which of the following statements about polar molecules is  false?

a. A molecule with polar bonds can be nonpolar.

b. A molecule with polar bonds can be polar.

c. A molecule with only nonpolar bonds can be polar.

d. A molecule with 120° bond angles can be polar.

e. A molecule with 180° bond angles can be polar.

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