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Why acetonitrile with so big dipole moment has so low polarity comparing to methanol or water and how to combine then the polarity and dielectric constant with dipole moment?

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  • Why acetonitrile with so big dipole moment has so low polarity comparing to methanol or water and how to combine then the polarity and dielectric constant with dipole moment?


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Dipole Moment (D) Cyclohexane: 0 (20°C) ... Water: 1.87 (20°C) Ethyl Acetate: ... Acetonitrile: 3.44 (20°C)
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Positive: 77 %
It has a convenient liquid range and a high dielectric constant of 38.8. With a dipole moment ... acetonitrile was low because ... Acetonitrile has only ...
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Positive: 74 %

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To polarize means to form a dipole moment. c ... so they have dipole—dipole forces. ... water is unique. It has a low molar mass ...
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Positive: 77 %
... or induced dipole moment. The induced dipole then ... H 3 O + in water. Dipole-dipole interactions ... has a weak, fluctuating dipole moment that ...
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Positive: 72 %
A polar molecule possess a permanent dipole moment ... a permanent dipole. Since water has a dipole there ... remains constant, so we expect ...
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Positive: 58 %
Polarity of solvents, Dielectric constants ... They both have a significant dipole moment. ... So, despite a low dielectric constant, ...
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Positive: 35 %

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