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Is the compound C2H3Cl polar or nonpolar and why?

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    I assume that is CH2=CHCl (or you didn't have enough H atoms). The C on the left has an electronegativity of 2.5 and Cl on the right end is 3.5 so there is a difference and the compound is slightly polar.

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