What is the polarity of SiCl4?


Non-polar (tetrahedral shape)
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You are correct. The Si-Cl bonds are polar, and the molecule is symmetrical and nonpolar.
SiCl4 is highly polar. Si is a very strong electron donating group(electro positive) while Chlorine is highly negative. Thus, this compound is highly polar.
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Silicon tetrachloride, which is represented by the chemical formula SiCl4, is a non-polar molecule. It has several uses, including in the creation of very pure ...
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