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why vinyl chloride has low dipole moment than ethyl amine?

why vinyl chloride has low dipole moment than ethyl amine?

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Sunil Kumar FP
askIITians Faculty 183 Points
8 years ago
dipole moment is the product of charge and bond lenth.
dipole moment,€=q×d.since in vinyl chloride we have double bond as compared to ethyl amine therefore ethyl amine dipole moment is large as comared to vinyl chloride.more larger the ionic character more will be the dipole moment.double bond represents less ionic character.therefore €ethyl amine>€ vinyl chloride

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Bidhan Kumbhakar
13 Points
5 years ago
Bcz lone pair of cl atom is oppose the charge displacement so there are no polar portion bt in that case the charge displace from c atom to nitrogen atom & make it stable.

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