Chem

Which one of the compond are covalent
HF
RbF
LiF
NaF

asked by Marissa
  1. HF

    posted by Anonymous
  2. Actually HF is approximately 50% ionic/50% co-valent character. In fact, Linus Pauling, when he developed his electronegativity scale (F = 4.0 arbitrarily), I understand that he used 50% for HF

    posted by DrBob222

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