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calculate dipole moment of C-N? Provide explanation of how to calculate the formula and then what end result would be/ how find it.

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The quantity that measure the separation of two opposite charges known as dipole moment. It is vector quantity.

The dipole moment is the product of magnitude of separated charge and the distance of separation.

Mathematically, the dipole moment is expressed by the equation (1) in which µ is the dipole moment, q is the magnitude of separated charges and r is the distance between positive and negative charges.

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(1)(b)= ri ()r (1)

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In C-N, the N (nitrogen) is more electronegative than C (carbon). Thus, a partial negative charge is developed on the nitrogen atom and a partial positive charge is developed on the carbon atom which is shown as follows:

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These two opposite charges are equal in magnitude separ...

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(PN

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