The shape of ${\mathrm{H}}_{2}\mathrm{O}$ molecule is bent while that of ${\mathrm{CO}}_{2}$ is linear. The correct explanation is -

1. The dipole moment of carbon dioxide is 3.84 D and water is zero

2. The dipole moment of water is zero and carbon dioxide is 1.84 D

3. The dipole moment of carbon dioxide is zero and water is 1.84 D

4. The dipole moment of carbon dioxide is 3.84 D and water is 1.84 D

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The application of dipole moment is/are -

1. It is used to differentiate polar and non-polar bonds.

2. It is helpful in calculating the percentage ionic character of a molecule.

3. Both '1' and '2'

4. None of the above.

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The correct order of increasing ionic character in the molecules: LiF, K2O, and ClF3 is -

1.

2.

3.

4.

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BeH2 molecule has a zero dipole moment because -

1. Dipole moments of each H–Be bond are unequal and are in opposite directions

2. Dipole moments of each H–Be bond are equal and are in opposite directions

3. Dipole moments of each H–Be bond are equal and are in same directions

4. Dipole moments of each H–Be bond are unequal and are in same directions

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