(Polar molecules, Non-polar molecules, etc.)
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In VSEPR theory, the lone pair forces the molecular geometry of SF4 into a see-saw shape. Two of the S-F bonds are pointing away from each other, and their bond dipoles cancel. But the other two S-F dipoles are pointing "down". Their bond dipoles do not cancel, so the molecule is polar.
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