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A well-known chemist, Havno Szents, has heard you apply the rules for predicting

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Problem 1.4

A well-known chemist, Havno Szents, has heard you apply the rules for predicting molecular geometry to water; you have proposed ( 1.9b, p. 18) a bent geometry for this compound. Dr. Szents is unconvinced by your arguments and continues to propose that water is a linear molecule. He demands that you debate the issue with him before a distinguished academy. You must therefore come up with experimental data that will prove to an objective body of scientists that water indeed has a bent geometry. Explain why the dipole moment of water, 1.84 D, could be used to support your case.

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Textbook: Organic Chemistry
Edition: 6
Author: Marc Loudon, Jim Parise
ISBN: 9781936221349

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