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Which of the following bond(s) is/are polar covalent? Si and P C and N Ca and Br Na and O

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All of them are polar covalent
Silicon-Phosphorus, Na-O, and and Ca-Br are ionic, @Sheng
C and N has to be polar covalent. Both atoms are strongly electronegative, but N is only slightly more so, resulting in a slight negative charge towards N.

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oh sorry only saw the polar part, Si-P and C-N are polar covalent
Is silicon not a metal? I thought metal-nonmetal bonds are all ionic...
i thought only metals and nonmetals are polar
silicon is a metalloid
polar is anything that has an electronegativity difference
doesnt matter if it's metal or non-metal, that's only generally speaking

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