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NCl3, SiCl4, AsCl3, SCl2, PCl3 order them in terms of increasing bond polarity

NCl3<SCl2<PCl3<SiCl4<AsCl3 this
Is what I have it says "Your answer appears to contain an incorrect substance"
I don't see any incorrect substances unless I'm blind??

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  1. I don't have the same electronegativity values you have because we are using different sources but isn't SiCl4 the highest?

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  2. Yep your right I was looking at some other element for As.

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