Chemistry Practice Problems Molecular Polarity Practice Problems Solution: Consider the following moleculesI. BCl3        II....

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Solution: Consider the following moleculesI. BCl3        II. CHBr3 (C is the central atom)      III. Cl2        IV. XeBr2          V. COThese molecules have a zero net dipole moment (nonplolar)III, VIII, IV, VI, III, IVI, III, IV, VINone of them 

Problem

Consider the following molecules

I. BCl3        II. CHBr3 (C is the central atom)      III. Cl2        IV. XeBr2          V. CO

These molecules have a zero net dipole moment (nonplolar)

  1. III, V
  2. III, IV, V
  3. I, III, IV
  4. I, III, IV, VI
  5. None of them 

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