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The Chlorine atom has the delta negative charge because it's more negative than carbon.

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Q: Which atom in the carbon-chlorine bond is assigned the delta negative charge.?
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Which atom in the carbon-chlorine bond is assigned the delta negative charge?

The Chlorine atom has the delta negative charge because it's more negative than carbon.


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delta is used in differential calculus as well as other places to indicate a very small amount. Taking water as an example, the oxygen carries a very samll charge and the hydrogens a small positive charge even though the molecule is covalently bonded. The small charge on the hydrogen (as opposed to a full positive charge) is called delta popsitive) and thus the charge on the oxygen is delta negative or more strictly 2 delta negative.


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Does the carbon atom have the delta negative charge in the carbon-chlorine bond?

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