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It's b.p is -88ºC (Mr = 34)
This compares with ethane, C2H6, b.p -88.5ºC (Mr = 30)
This is empirical evidence of lack of polarity.
Question 3 d - states it does have permanent dipole though?
I don't believe I stated that a non-spherical symmetry of the electron distribution was a necessary and sufficient condition for the existence of a dipole, I was being relatively vague to give him/her a reason to consider the symmetry implications of the molecule; something they may well not have thought on.
Stating irrelevant facts isn't "being vague".
What on Earth are you on about?
As for the gonorrhea comment I guess I just bridled at how stiff and self-important you sound.