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how to compare dipole moments of different compounds including organis compounds too

how to compare dipole moments of different compounds including organis compounds too

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Prajwal kr
49 Points
9 years ago

It is based on the electronegativities of atoms. Draw dipole moment vectors in the direction of electron shift for each bond in a molecule. Draw the resultant and compare with another. If more electronegative atoms are there in an atom it will have more dipole moment(provided they don''t get cancelled)

BAYANA SAGAR
48 Points
9 years ago

 Dipole moment is the approximate value of the difference in the electronegativities of two atoms.Draw dipole moment vectors in the direction of electron shift for each bond in a molecule. Draw the resultant and compare with another. If more electronegative atoms are there in an atom it will have more dipole moment.

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