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# Using the electronegativities of Br and Cl, estimate the

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Problem 87AE

Using the electronegativities of Br and Cl, estimate the partial charges on the atoms in the  molecule. Using these partial charges and the atomic radii given in Figure 7.7, estimate the dipole moment of the molecule. The measured dipole moment is 0.57 D.

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