Dipole moment gives an idea about bond polarity. It is a result of differences in electronegativities of elements forming a covalent bond.
The given molecule XCl2 has a dipole moment, so it must be a polar molecule.
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The molecule XCl2 has a dipole moment. Is X beryllium or sulfur?
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