AP Chemistry

What is a molecular dipole moment?
A. The arrangement of charge around an atom in a nonpolar molecule
B. A net cancellation of charge separation due to symmetry of the molecule
C. A separation of charge characterizing a nonpolar covalent molecule
D. A separation of charge forming a positive and a negative end of a molecule

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  1. The answers are really lousy, but I suspect your teacher wants you to raise your hand and answer D.

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