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Which of the following correctly depicts the dipole moment vector for CH3F?
1.
H
Hissn
H
2.
H
Hiss
H
3.
H
H
F
4.
5.
H
T
T
I
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Which of the following correctly depicts the dipole moment vector for CH3F? 1. H Hissn H 2. H Hiss H 3. H H F 4. 5. H T T I

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