# Problem: The dipole moment of Hl is 0.44 D and its bond length is 1.61 Angstrom. For this compound, calculate the charge on the hydrogen atom relative to the charge of an electron, given that iodine is more electronegative than hydrogen.A. +0.27B. -0.27C. +1.0D. +0.057E. -0.057

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The dipole moment of Hl is 0.44 D and its bond length is 1.61 Angstrom. For this compound, calculate the charge on the hydrogen atom relative to the charge of an electron, given that iodine is more electronegative than hydrogen.

A. +0.27

B. -0.27

C. +1.0

D. +0.057

E. -0.057

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