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Table of Dipole Moments. Author: Hans Lohninger The following table (1) lists the dipole moments of more common chemical substances. Along with the dipole moment the length of the dipole is shown.

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Contents Page Foreword • vi 1.Introduction 1 2.Arrangementandexplanationoftable 1 2.1.Orderingofcompounds 1 2.2.Nomenclature 1 2.3.Unitsandcorrections 1 2.4 ...

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Table shows values of electric dipole moment of various chemical substances given in any unit you prefer such as debyes, coulomb times meter, atomic units of dipole moment etc.

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Read chapter TABLES OF DIELECTRIC CONSTANTS, DIPOLE MOMENTS, AND DIELECTRIC RELAXATION TIMES: Digest of Literature on Dielectrics...

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Dipole moments occur when there is a separation of charge. They can occur between two ions in an ionic bond or between atoms in a covalent bond; dipole moments arise from differences in electronegativity. The larger the difference in electronegativity, the larger the dipole moment.

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Moreover, the dipole moments increase as we move up the periodic table in the halogen group. We can conclude that fluorine atoms have a greater electronegativity than do chlorine atoms, etc. Note also that HF has a greater dipole moment than H 2 O, which is in turn greater than that of NH 3. We can conclude that electronegativity increases as ...

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Dipole moments tell us about the charge separation in a molecule. The larger the difference in electronegativities of bonded atoms, the larger the dipole moment. For example, NaCl has the highest dipole moment because it has an ionic bond (i.e. highest charge separation).

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From the Preface by A. von Hippel: Since Debye postulated the existence of permanent dipole moments, this molecular constant has become of decisive importance for the interpretation of the dielectric properties of gases, liquids, and solids. More than twenty-five hundred compounds have been measured to date, many under a variety of conditions and by a number of different methods.

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P Kisluk "Dipole Moments, Nuclear Quadrupole Coupling, and the Bonding Orbitals in Group V - Trihalides" Journal of Chemical Physics 22(1) p86 1954 10.1063/1.1739863 1955Kra/Dai:184

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Knovel Critical Tables .. Click " Basic Physical Properties of Common Solvents" or "Safety of Common Solvents" Click " Basic Physical Properties of Common Solvents" or "Safety of Common Solvents"