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Published on Jun 2, 2014
Table of Contents: 00:09 Lecture 1.2: Electric Dipoles 00:50 Last Lecture 01:26 A permanent electric dipole 03:16 Equal Magnitude but Opposite Polarity 04:43 The electrostatic potential energy of a permanent electric dipole 07:02 Beware 08:16 Physical Effects Produced by Interactions Mediated by ... 12:22 Interactions Involving Nonpolar Molecules 15:44 Examples 18:13 H bonded to O: An Anomaly 19:31 Ethanol C2H6O Boiling Point: 78.3oC 20:12 H bonds to N, O, F are anomalous 20:57 Up Next
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