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Explain why the dipole moment of 4-chloronitrobenzene (2.69 D) is less than that of

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Problem 18.81

Explain why the dipole moment of 4-chloronitrobenzene (2.69 D) is less than that of nitrobenzene (3.99 D), and the dipole moment of p-nitroanisole (1-methoxy-4-nitrobenzene, 4.92 D) is greater than that of nitrobenzene, even though the electronegativities of chlorine and oxygen are about the same.

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SEPTEMBER 21, 2015 Chapter 3 I. Alkanes Hydrocarbons Saturated Unsaturated Alkenes Alkynes Arenes One or one or benzene - More more like rings Double triple Bonds bonds a. All C-C single bonds i. All C’s are tetrahedral Line Structure  showing bond angles H H H H | | | |

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