Well, if you begin by drawing the Lewis Structure you will see that there is an octahedral shape (the six single bonds). Now fill in the empty space with your valence electrons and each of the Fluorines should be filled. This means that there is an equal charge across the entire molecule and there are no poles, this indicates a nonpolar molecule.
It is non-polar because of the distribution and geometry of the molecule
It is non polar
nonpolar or polar
There are two isomers of Ethenediol. One is polar and the other is nonpolar.
yes. yes it is.
It's ionic, not polar
Cl4 does not exist, but if CCl4 is meant: this is a nonpolar compound
It is nonpolar