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At all events, is CCl4 ionic or covalent?
Answer and Explanation: CCl4 C C l 4 : it is a covalent compound.
Then, what type of bond is CCl4 polar or nonpolar?
Hereof, what type of bond exists in CCl4 and cacl2?
Answer: The chemical bonds formed between two atoms by the sharing of electrons between them is known as a covalent bond. The sharing of electrons between the two atoms takes place in such a way that both the atoms acquire stable electronic configuration of their nearest noble gas.
Is CH3Cl polar or nonpolar?
Since the H is between B and C in terms on electronegativity values, their difference in electronegativity values is so small, the C-H bond is considered nonpolar; thus, no dipole arrow is drawn for the C-H bonds. Because the C-Cl bond is polar, the CH3Cl has a net dipole, so CH3Cl is polar.