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What is the polarity for ClF?
HERE THE ANSWERS 👇
The electronegativity difference between Chlorine and Flourine (the most electronegative element) is 1.0, which is >0.9, so there will be a net dipole moment with Flourine playing electron tug of war a little bit better than Chlorine. It is a polar covalent bond.
You denote this by doing the following: Draw Cl and F on your page, then draw an arrow from Cl to F. Now, put a line through the arrow by Cl (making it a + sign) to show that, of the two elements, Chlorine is more electropositive and the net dipole is in F’s favor.