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We’re being asked to identify why ozone has a dipole moment. In order to answer this, we need to know first the structure of ozone, O3.
To do so, we first need to do the following steps:
Step 1: Determine the central atom in the molecule.
Step 2: Calculate the total number of valence electrons present.
Step 3: Draw the Lewis structure for the molecule.
Step 4: Draw dipole arrows for each bond.
It turns out that ozone, O3, has a small dipole moment. How is this possible, given that all the atoms are the same?
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