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how can we say that h2o behaves as electrical dipoles

how can we say that h2o behaves as electrical dipoles
 

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Arun
25763 Points
3 years ago
Water doesn’t work as a dipole. It is a dipole. In fact it is two dipoles that create a net dipole moment due to the electronegativity difference between oxygen and hydrogen.

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