Is PF3 Considered Polar or Nonpolar?
Last Updated Apr 15, 2020 8:52:59 AM ET
Phosphorus trifluoride, or PF3, is a polar molecule. It contains three nonpolar bonds arranged asymmetrically around the central phosphorus atom, thus conferring a net dipole moment on the molecule.
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