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# Which Bond Angle  would Result In The Maximum Dipole Moment For The Triatomic Molecule Yxy?

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The dipole moment of two dipoles inclined at an angle  is given by the equation  Since, the angle increases from 90 – 180, the value of  becomes more and more-ve and hence resultant decreases. Thus, dipole moment is maximum, when, .

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