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(a) Arrange the following pairs of covalently bonded atoms in expected order of
increasing bond polarity: C-N, P-Cl, I-Cl, and C-O. (b) for each pair, indicate the direction of
the polarity of the bond, using the symbol +.

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    Look up the electronegativities and subtract to find the polarity.

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