Problem: Which of the following pairs of atoms will have a polar covalent bond? a. Si-Si b. Cr-Br c. CI-CI d. Ca-Cl e. P-Cl

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A polar covalent bond is a bond between two non-metals with differences in electronegativity:

Use this particular chart for the EN values

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Which of the following pairs of atoms will have a polar covalent bond? 

a. Si-Si 

b. Cr-Br 

c. CI-CI 

d. Ca-Cl 

e. P-Cl


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