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Saturday, August 7, 2021

Why is AlCl3 in covalent and AlF3 in ionic?

Since Fluoride (F-) is smaller in size, it polarisability is less and therefore it is having more ionic character. Whereas chloride (Cl-) being larger in size is having more polarisability and hence more covalent character.

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