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In an HCl dipole the charge on an atom is less than the quantum no of charge which is charge on an electron or proton but i:e the fundamental charge so how is this possible

In an HCl dipole the charge on an atom is less than the quantum no of charge which is charge on an electron or proton but i:e the fundamental charge so how is this possible

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Vikas TU
14149 Points
5 years ago
 due to covalent bond b/w them charge on an atom is less than the quantum no of charge 
and the atoms sharing ionic bond have quantum no. of charges which are way too stronger than covalent bond.

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