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Match the molecule or compound with its bonding type.

Match the molecule or compound with its bonding type. 

MgCl2                             [ Select ]                          ["Nonpolar Covalent", "Ionic", "Polar Covalent"]           

HCl                             [ Select ]                          ["Nonpolar covalent", "Polar covalent", "Ionic"]           

F2                              [ Select ]                          ["Ionic", "Nonpolar covalent", "Polar covalent"]           

LiCl                              [ Select ]                          ["Polar covalent", "Ionic", "Nonpolar covalent"]           

CO32-                              [ Select ]                          ["Ionic", "Polar covalent", "Nonpolar covalent"]           

CH                            [ Select ]                          ["Nonpolar covalent", "Ionic", "Polar covalent"]           

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MgCl 2                         Ionic HCl                        Polar... View the full answer

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MgCl 2 ............> Ionic          HCl.............> Polar covalent        ... View the full answer

  • someone else just said that CH4 was polar covalent
    • emboehm
    • Jul 20, 2016 at 10:33am
  • CH4 is a spherical nonolar molecule. and electronegativity between C and H is more or less same. so CH4 have nonpolar covalent bonding.
    • bryan3
    • Jul 20, 2016 at 10:41am

MgCl 2 - Ionic HCl   - Polar covalent F 2      -           Nonpolar... View the full answer

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  • why is CO3 nonpolar?
    • emboehm
    • Jul 20, 2016 at 10:34am

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