According to electronegativity difference, what type of bond are fluorine and carbon most likely to

According to electronegativity difference, what type of bond are fluorine and carbon most likely to form? ionic or covalent

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  1. The carbon-fluorine bond is polar covalent bond because fluorine and carbon have different electronegativities that results in polar-covalent bond.

    Explanation:

    Hope it will help 🙂

  2. consider the reaction below.

     no rx

    at 500 k, the reaction is at equilibrium with the following concentrations.

    [pci5]= 0.0095 m

    [pci3] = 0.020

    [ci2] = 0.020 m

    what is the equilibrium constant for the given reaction?

    0.042

    0.42

    2.4

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