[Solution] According to Langevin’s formula, the polarizability of a polar molecule at temperature r, for pE <^ kT, is Of =

According to Langevin’s formula, the polarizability of a polar molecule at temperature r, for pE <^ kT, is Of = p^/{3kT), where p is the permanent dipole moment. From the measurement k =^S0 for water, calculate the dipole moment of a water molecule. Express the result in units of eajg. Please indicate your views on the correct answer to question. Each of your comments will be evaluated by our moderators and correct answers will be shared.

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