What is a dipole? A separation of charge created by large differences in Electronegativity.
 
Difference is 1.8 Difference is 0 H F E.N.= 4.0 E.N.= 2.2 Cl Cl E.N.= 3.14 E.N.= 3.14
What effect does this have? None!  They both “want” the electrons equally as much Cl Cl E.N.= 3.14 E.N.= 3.14
Fluorine wants the electrons more and so it pulls on them harder than the H H F E.N.= 4.0 E.N.= 2.2
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This means that fluorine develops a partial negative  (  - ) and Hydrogen a partial positive(  + ) H F E.N.= 4.0 E.N.= 2...
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Dipole

  1. 1. What is a dipole? A separation of charge created by large differences in Electronegativity.
  2. 3. Difference is 1.8 Difference is 0 H F E.N.= 4.0 E.N.= 2.2 Cl Cl E.N.= 3.14 E.N.= 3.14
  3. 4. What effect does this have? None! They both “want” the electrons equally as much Cl Cl E.N.= 3.14 E.N.= 3.14
  4. 5. Fluorine wants the electrons more and so it pulls on them harder than the H H F E.N.= 4.0 E.N.= 2.2
  5. 6. Fluorine pulls harder on the electrons they share F H
  6. 7. F H
  7. 8. F H
  8. 9. F H
  9. 10. F H
  10. 11. F H
  11. 12. F H
  12. 13. F H
  13. 14. F H
  14. 15. F H
  15. 16. F H
  16. 17. F H
  17. 18. F H
  18. 19. F H
  19. 20. F H
  20. 21. F H
  21. 22. F H
  22. 23. F H
  23. 24. F H
  24. 25. F H
  25. 26. F H
  26. 27. F H
  27. 28. F H
  28. 29. F H
  29. 30. F H
  30. 31. F H
  31. 32. F H
  32. 33. F H
  33. 34. F H
  34. 35. F H
  35. 36. F H
  36. 37. F H
  37. 38. F H
  38. 39. F H
  39. 40. F H
  40. 41. F H
  41. 42. F H
  42. 43. F H
  43. 44. F H
  44. 45. F H
  45. 46. F H
  46. 47. F H
  47. 48. F H
  48. 49. F H
  49. 50. F H
  50. 51. F H
  51. 52. F H
  52. 53. F H
  53. 54. F H
  54. 55. F H
  55. 56. F H
  56. 57. F H
  57. 58. F H
  58. 59. F H
  59. 60. F H
  60. 61. F H
  61. 62. F H
  62. 63. F H
  63. 64. F H
  64. 65. F H
  65. 66. F H
  66. 67. F H
  67. 68. F H
  68. 69. F H
  69. 70. F H
  70. 71. F H
  71. 72. F H
  72. 73. F H
  73. 74. F H
  74. 75. F H
  75. 76. F H
  76. 77. F H
  77. 78. F H
  78. 79. F H
  79. 80. F H
  80. 81. F H
  81. 82. F H
  82. 83. F H
  83. 84. F H
  84. 85. F H
  85. 86. F H
  86. 87. F H
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  125. 126. F H
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  127. 128. F H
  128. 129. F H
  129. 130. This means that fluorine develops a partial negative (  - ) and Hydrogen a partial positive(  + ) H F E.N.= 4.0 E.N.= 2.2  -  +

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