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What is the dipole moment of chlorooctane?
There are multiple forms of the molecule "chlorooctane." This is because the chlorine atom can be attached to the octane chain in several different places, and each different placement will result in a different dipole moment. If you specify the structure of the compound more precisely (1-chlorooctane or 2-chlorooctane for example), it is possible to determine its dipole moment.
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