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Is Brf5 Polar?

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BrF5 is indeed very polar. This is because it combines an alkali earth with a halide. As a result, the differences in electronegativity between the two of them is considerably drastic.
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it has both. polar bonds. because F is more electronegative than Br so the electrons are shared unevenly, and it is a. polar molecule. because its square pyramidal geometry doesn't
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BrF5 is a polar molecule, because polar molecules have a net dipole. This is achieved
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The bonds are polar (fluorine is very electronegative compared to bromine) and the molecule is also polar because bromine has a lone pair. I hope this helps. Source(s) http://en.wikipedia.org
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Yes Brf5 is a polar molecule and this is because it has a net dipole. Brf5 is an interhalogen compound and a fluoride of bromine with a strong fluorination reagent ...
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