Problem: The iodine monobromide molecule, IBr, has a bond length of 2.49 Å and a dipole moment of 1.21 D. Calculate the effective charges on the I and Br atoms in IBr, in units of the electronic charge, e.

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The iodine monobromide molecule, IBr, has a bond length of 2.49 Å and a dipole moment of 1.21 D. Calculate the effective charges on the I and Br atoms in IBr, in units of the electronic charge, e.

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