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Covalent. NF3 is the fluoride equivalent of ammonia (NH3).
It is covalent.
covalent- bc they're two nonmetals
The name after IUPAC is nitrogen trifluoride (in English).
The molecule is covalent, the N-F bonds are polar covalent.
Yes, they form a polar covalent bond e.g. in NF3
It is a covalent bond (as in NF3)