How can we calculate dipole moment of any compound?
Asked by | 9th May, 2011, 11:53: PM
Dipole moment can be calculated by multiplying the magnitude of the charge present on the molecule byb the distance of seperation between the charges. Its units are Debye(D).
Dipole moment(?) = charge(q)× distance of seperation(d).
Answered by | 10th May, 2011, 10:24: AM
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