Define dipole movement and write its applications, Physics

Dipole moment = product of magnitude of charge on any ONE OF THE ATOM and the distance between them.(e.d)
Large Application in electrostats.To differentiate among Polar and non polar bonds.To explain the % ionic character ETC.

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