Question

HI is covalent compound in which small positive charge is present on H and a small negative charge I, and the molecule is represented as . The dipole moment of HI is 0.38D and the bond length. H–I is 1.61Å. What fraction of charge is present on I?

Solution

Correct option is

5%

Using the relation, charge

            

        

        

 Percentage of charge

        

        = 5%.

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