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Given the electronegativities below; which covalent single bond is most polar?
Element: N Electronegativity: 21 2.5 3.0 3.5
FA
0 N-H
O-N
C-H

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In this given question, we are assigned with the task to pick up the bond which is most polar. A most polar bond is formed when the elements with high electronegativity difference gets bonded. In this question, we are provided with the electronegativity data of different elements and we are supposed to find the most polar bonds formed between the elements. The electronegativity of different elements is listed here. First, let us consider the single bond formed between carbon and oxygen. The electronegativity difference is 3 .5 minus 2 .5, which is 1. Second bond is bond between oxygen and hydrogen. The difference is 1 .4 greater than the single bond between carbon and…