Problem: The molecules below are described as either polar or non-polar. Which one is incorrectly described? (a) OCN− - Polar (b) CH2Cl2 - Non-polar (c) CO2 - Non-polar (d) NH3 - Polar (e) SO2 - Polar

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The molecules below are described as either polar or non-polar. Which one is incorrectly described?

(a) OCN - Polar

(b) CH2Cl2 - Non-polar

(c) CO2 - Non-polar

(d) NH3 - Polar

(e) SO2 - Polar

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