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An electric dipole consisting of charges of magnitude 2.50 nC separated by 7.80 μm is in an electric field of strength 1000 N/C.

(a) What is the magnitude of the electric dipole moment?
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(b) What is the difference between potential energies for dipole orientations parallel to and antiparallel to?
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