Dipole moment of chlorooctane

Illustrate the dipole moment of chlorooctane?

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There are various forms of molecule "chlorooctane.". Because of the chlorine atom can be attached to an octane chain in many places, and all different placement will effect in a different dipole moment. If we specify a structure of the compound more precisely (1-chlorooctane or 2-chlorooctane for example), it can be determine its dipole moment.

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