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What is dipole of a molecule?
What is meant by dipole in physics?
What is dipole and non dipole?
How do you know if it is a dipole?
Does dipole mean polar?
What is a dipole example?
What is called dipole?
1a : a pair of equal and opposite electric charges or magnetic poles of opposite sign separated especially by a small distance. b : a body or system (such as a molecule) having such charges or poles.
Is water a dipole?
How dipole is formed?
What is a bond dipole?
What does dipole moment mean?
: the moment produced by a magnetic or electric dipole especially : the product of the distance between the two poles and the magnitude of either pole.
Is CO2 a dipole?
Why is an atom Not a dipole?
What is dipole direction?
What is a dipole in an atom?
What is the difference between polar and dipole?
The key difference between polar and dipolar molecules is that polar molecules have two opposite ends with opposite electrical charges, whereas dipolar molecules have two poles.
Why are polar molecules called dipoles?
How is dipole related to polarity?
Is the best definition of a dipole?
A pair of electric charges or magnetic poles, of equal magnitude but of opposite sign or polarity, separated by a small distance. A molecule having two such charges or poles.