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Solution: State whether each is polar or nonpolar.a. BeF2 b. SF6 c. FCN 

Solution: State whether each is polar or nonpolar.a. BeF2 b. SF6 c. FCN 

Problem

State whether each is polar or nonpolar.

a. BeF2 

b. SF6 

c. FCN 

Solution

We will draw Lewis dot Structures for each to determine if there are dipole arrows on the bonds and if those dipoles cancel out or add up to a net dipole on the molecule.

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