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Ch.1 - Intro to General Chemistry
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Ch.23 - Transition Metals and Coordination Compounds

Solution: Except for nitrogen, the elements of Group 5A(15) all form pentafluorides, and most form pentachlorides. The chlorine atoms of PCl5 can be replaced with fluorine atoms one at a time to give, successiv

Problem

Except for nitrogen, the elements of Group 5A(15) all form pentafluorides, and most form pentachlorides. The chlorine atoms of PCl5 can be replaced with fluorine atoms one at a time to give, successively, PCl4F, PCl3F2, … , PF5

(b) Which of the five fluorine-containing molecules have no dipole moment?