Tetrahedral structure of the water molecule and formation of the dipole moment.
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Dipole structure in the water as an example for the electrical dipole moment. In physics, the dipole moment is a measure for spatial charge separation: the higher the charge Q, the higher the dipole moment. The dipole moment is also larger if the charges move further apart (distance from the negative to the positive charge).