Problem: Which statement best describes the polarity of CF 2I2 a) the molecule is nonpolar because the dipoles of the C—I bonds cancel each other b) the molecule is nonpolar because the dipoles of the C—F bonds cancel each other c) depending on the arrangement of the surrounding atoms, the molecule could be polar or nonpolar d) the molecule is always polar e) the molecule is always nonpolar

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Which statement best describes the polarity of CF 2I2

a) the molecule is nonpolar because the dipoles of the C—I bonds cancel each other

b) the molecule is nonpolar because the dipoles of the C—F bonds cancel each other

c) depending on the arrangement of the surrounding atoms, the molecule could be polar or nonpolar

d) the molecule is always polar

e) the molecule is always nonpolar

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