For P-Cl, both atoms appear to be nonmetal, therefore this is covalent
Since there's an electronegative difference between P and Cl where Cl is more electronegative, the bond will appear as polar covalent.
Classify these bonds as ionic, polar covalent, or nonpolar covalent.
P-Cl, Li-Cl, C-C
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