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Decide if the molecule has a dipole moment, (if the molecule is
polar) as follows:
a) dipole (polar molecule)
b) no dipole (non-polar molecule)
c) ionic (not a molecule)
d) super covalent
e) none of the above
11.) CsF
12.) nitrogen
13.) Methane
14.) ammonia
15.) CH3F

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