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To the work of DEBYE (1929). Molecules similar to H 20, NH3 , and HOI are surrounded by static electric fields which convert them into dynamic systems, into electrically charged elementary particles. A second molecule coming within close range of such a dipole will acquire a field, or electric moment. Being thus polarized, it will interact with the first molecule. The work of DEBYE and others, notably LoNDON has led to the now widely accepted fact that polar molecules are enveloped by electric forces which may be derived from pure coulombic interactions between charges.
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