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Experimental Dipoles


Dipole moments in Debye
Molecule name x y z tot squib commment
H2 Hydrogen diatomic 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
D2 Deuterium diatomic       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
LiH Lithium Hydride       5.880 NSRDS-NBS10
Li2 Lithium diatomic       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
Be2 Beryllium diatomic       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
BH Boron monohydride       1.270 1969Tho/Dal:1155 +- 0.21
C2 Carbon diatomic       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
CN Cyano radical 0.000 0.000 -1.450 1.450 1968Tho/Dal:2815
N2 Nitrogen diatomic       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
OH Hydroxyl radical       1.660 NSRDS-NBS10
LiO lithium oxide       6.843 1972Fre/Her:1467
CO Carbon monoxide       0.112 NSRDS-NBS10
NO Nitric oxide       0.153 NSRDS-NBS10
O2- oxygen diatomic anion          
O2 Oxygen diatomic       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
HF Hydrogen fluoride       1.820 NSRDS-NBS10
LiF lithium fluoride       6.284 NISTdiatomic
BF Boron monofluoride       0.500 1971Lov/Joh:41 +- 0.2
CF Fluoromethylidyne     0.645 0.645 NISTdiatomic
FO Oxygen monofluoride       0.004 1992LBII/19c 0.0004
F2 Fluorine diatomic       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
NaLi lithium sodium       0.460 1972Gra/Dag:710 +-0.01 mue
Na2 Sodium diatomic       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
NaF sodium fluoride       8.123 NISTDiatomic +-0.0015
Mg2 Magnesium diatomic       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
Al2 Aluminum diatomic       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
AlF Aluminum monofluoride     1.530 1.530 NISTdiatomic
Si2 Silicon diatomic       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
SiO Silicon monoxide       3.098 NISTdiatomic
P2 Phosphorus diatomic       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
PN Phosphorus mononitride       2.751 NISTdiatomic
PO Phosphorus monoxide     1.880 1.880 1988Kan/Yam:89
HS Mercapto radical       0.758 NISTdiatomic
DS Mercapto-d       0.757 NISTdiatomic
SiS silicon monosulfide       1.730 NISTdiatomic
CS carbon monosulfide       1.980 NSRDS-NBS10
NS Mononitrogen monosulfide       1.810 NISTdiatomic
SO Sulfur monoxide       1.550 NSRDS-NBS10
S2 Sulfur diatomic       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
SF Monosulfur monofluoride       0.794 1973Ama/Hir:417 +- 0.012
HCl Hydrogen chloride       1.080 NSRDS-NBS10
NaCl Sodium Chloride       8.971 NISTDiatomic +-0.001
LiCl lithium chloride       7.085 NISTDiatomic +-0.0013
ClO Monochlorine monoxide       1.239 NISTdiatomic
Cl2 Chlorine diatomic       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
ClF Chlorine monofluoride       0.880 NSRDS-NBS10
ArH+ Argon hydride cation 0.000 0.000 2.840 2.840 NISTDiatomic
NaK Sodium Potassium 0.000 0.000 2.667 2.667 webbook
LiK Lithium Potassium 0.000 0.000 3.450 3.450 webbook
KF Potassium Fluoride     8.558 8.558 NISTdiatomic mu e
KCl Potassium Chloride     10.239 10.239 NISTdiatomic
CaCl calcium monochloride       4.265 NISTDiatomic +-0.02
ScH Scandium monohydride     1.740 1.740 2011Le/Ste:9370
CuO Copper Monoxide       4.500 1992LBII/19c +-0.5
CuF Copper monofluoride     5.770 5.770 NISTdiatomic
GaF Gallium monofluoride       2.450 NISTDiatomic
GeO Germanium monoxide       3.280 1971Vau:21
SeF Selenium monofluoride       1.520 1971Byf/Car:271 +- 0.05
HBr hydrogen bromide 0.000 0.000 0.827 0.827 NISTdiatomic
KBr Potassium Bromide     10.603 10.603 NISTdiatomic mu e
NaBr Sodium Bromide     9.092 9.092 NISTdiatomic mu e
LiBr Lithium Bromide 0.000 0.000 7.226 7.226 NISTdiatomic mu e
Br2 Bromine diatomic       0.000  
BrCl Bromine monochloride 0.000 0.000 0.519 0.519 NISTdiatomic
BrF Bromine monofluoride 0.000 0.000 1.422 1.422 NISTdiatomic
HI Hydrogen iodide       0.448 webbook
IBr Iodine monobromide       0.737 NISTDiatomic
BeH2 beryllium dihydride       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
C3 carbon trimer 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000  
HNC hydrogen isocyanide       3.050 NISTtriatomic
HCN Hydrogen cyanide       2.980 NSRDS-NBS10
HDO Water-d1   0.657 1.732 1.852 NISTtriatomic mua=0.6567(4), mub=1.7318(9)
D2O Deuterium oxide     1.855 1.855 NISTtriatomic mub=1.8545(4)
H2O Water       1.855 NISTTriatomic +-0.0004
LiOH lithium hydroxide       4.755 NISTtriatomic
HNO Nitrosyl hydride 1.310 1.030   1.670 NISTtriatomic x=b, y=a
BO2 Boron dioxide       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
NCO isocyanato radical     0.640 0.640 NISTTriatomic
N2O Nitrous oxide       0.167 NSRDS-NBS10
CO2 Carbon dioxide       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
NO2 Nitrogen dioxide       0.316 NSRDS-NBS10
O3 Ozone       0.530 NSRDS-NBS10
HOF Hypofluorous acid 2.200 0.370   2.230 NISTtriatomic x=b, y=a
FCN Cyanogen fluoride       2.170 NSRDS-NBS10
CF2 Difluoromethylene       0.460 NSRDS-NBS10
FNO Nitrosyl fluoride       1.810 NSRDS-NBS10
F2O Difluorine monoxide       0.297 NSRDS-NBS10
MgH2 magnesium dihydride       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
SiO2 silicon dioxide       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
SiF2 Silicon difluoride       1.230 NSRDS-NBS10
HCP HCP       0.390 NSRDS-NBS10
H2S Hydrogen sulfide       0.970 NSRDS-NBS10
HBS hydrogen boron sulfide       1.298 NISTtriatomic
OCS Carbonyl sulfide       0.712 NSRDS-NBS10
CS2 Carbon disulfide       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
SO2 Sulfur dioxide       1.630 NSRDS-NBS10
SSO Disulfur monoxide       1.470 NSRDS-NBS10
SF2 sulfur difluoride     1.050 1.050 NISTtriatomic
HOCl hypochlorous acid 1.463 0.363   1.507 1996Mod/DeN:1645 mua 0.36295(25) mub=1.463(30)
ClCN chlorocyanogen       2.820 NSRDS-NBS10
ClNO Nitrosyl chloride       1.866 NSRDS-NBS10 mua = 1.86 +-0.02. From calcs mu - mua = 0.006.
OClO Chlorine dioxide       1.792 1983Tan/Tan:425 +- 0.0001 D
SCl2 Sulfur dichloride 0.000 0.000 0.360 0.360 1972Mur/Wil:575
TiO2 Titanium dioxide     6.330 6.330 2011Kan/Her:173
GeF2 Germanium difluoride 0.000 0.000 2.610 2.610 NISTTriatomic
H2Se Hydrogen selenide     -0.627 0.627 1969Mir/Cor:4118 from D2Se
OCSe Carbonyl selenide       0.754 NISTtriatomic
SeO2 Selenium dioxide     2.620 2.620 NISTtriatomic
HOBr Hypobromous acid       1.384 1989Kog/Tak:467
BH3 boron trihydride       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3 Methyl radical       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
C2H2 Acetylene       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
NH3 Ammonia       1.470 NSRDS-NBS10
N2H2 trans-diazine       0.000   C2h symmetry
HN3 hydrogen azide         1974Hel/Hel(II/6) mua=0.8369+-0.002
C2N2 Cyanogen       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
H2CO Formaldehyde       2.330 NSRDS-NBS10
H2O2 Hydrogen peroxide 0.000 0.000 1.770 1.770 1965Hun/Lea:1931 from equilibrium dihedral angle of x=111.5 and dipole function mu = 3.1 cos(x/2) Debye
H2O2 Hydrogen peroxide 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000   from symmetry
HNCO Isocyanic acid 1.613       1974Hel/Hel(II/6) mu a = 1.613 +- 0.02
HCNO fulminic acid       3.060 1974Hel/Hel(II/6) +-0.15
B2O2 Diboron dioxide       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
HCCF Fluoroacetylene       0.730 NSRDS-NBS10
HFCO formyl fluoride       2.020 NSRDS-NBS10
CF2O Carbonic difluoride       0.950 NSRDS-NBS10
N2F2 (Z)-Difluorodiazene       0.160 NSRDS-NBS10 +-0.01
BF3 Borane, trifluoro-       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
FNO2 Nitryl fluoride       0.466 1968Leg/Mil:1736
FOOF Perfluoroperoxide       1.440 NSRDS-NBS10
NF3 Nitrogen trifluoride       0.235 NSRDS-NBS10
AlH3 aluminum trihydride       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
AlF3 Aluminum trifluoride       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
SiF3 Silicon trifluoride radical     1.200 1.200 1998Wei/Hai:3134 +-0.1
PH3 Phosphine       0.580 NSRDS-NBS10
P4 Phosphorus tetramer       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
PF3 Phosphorus trifluoride       1.030 NSRDS-NBS10
H2CS Thioformaldehyde     -1.647 1.647 1974Hel/Hel(II/6) +-0.0014
SO3 Sulfur trioxide 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
FSSF Difluorodisulfane       1.450 NSRDS-NBS10
S2F2 Thio-thionyl fluoride       1.030 NSRDS-NBS10
HCCCl Chloroacetylene 0.000 0.000 0.440 0.440 1987Ebe/Han:1948
AlCl3 Aluminum trichloride       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
CCl2O Phosgene       1.170 NSRDS-NBS10
ClNO2 Nitryl chloride       0.530 NSRDS-NBS10
BCl3 Borane, trichloro-       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
SOCl2 thionyl chloride       1.450 NSRDS-NBS10
PCl3 Phosphorus trichloride       0.780 NSRDS-NBS10
ClF3 Chlorine trifluoride       0.600 NSRDS-NBS10
AsH3 Arsine       0.200 NSRDS-NBS10
AsCl3 Arsenous trichloride       1.590 NSRDS-NBS10
AsF3 Arsenic trifluoride       2.590 NSRDS-NBS10
PBr3 Phosphorus tribromide       0.610 1954Kis:86
BrF3 Bromine trifluoride     1.000 1.000 1957Mag:223 estimate
CH4 Methane       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
CH2NH Methanimine -1.300 1.500   2.000 1974Hel/Hel(II/6) mua 1.3, mub 1.5
NH2CN cyanamide 4.320     4.320 1974Hel/Hel(II/6) mu a = 4.32 +- 0.08
CH2NN diazirine       1.590 NSRDS-NBS10
CH2NN diazomethane       1.500 NSRDS-NBS10
HCCCN Cyanoacetylene       3.720 NSRDS-NBS10
NH2OH hydroxylamine       0.590 1974Hel/Hel(II/6) 0.59+-0.05 mua=0.598 muc=0.060
CH2CO Ketene       1.420 NSRDS-NBS10
CH2O2 Dioxirane 0.000 0.000 2.480 2.480 1978Sue/Lov:5117
HCOOH Formic acid -1.380 -0.269 0.000 1.410 1984Gra/Gub x y switched from ref
HNO3 Nitric acid       2.170 NSRDS-NBS10
C3O2 Carbon suboxide       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
N2O3 Dinitrogen trioxide       2.122 1974Hel/Hel(II/6) mua=2.052+-0.007 mub=0.541+-0.007 mu =2.122+-0.010
CH3F Methyl fluoride       1.850 NSRDS-NBS10
CH2F2 Methane, difluoro-       1.970 NSRDS-NBS10
CHF3 Methane, trifluoro-       1.650 NSRDS-NBS10
CF4 Carbon tetrafluoride       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
SiH4 Silane       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
SiH3F monofluorosilane       1.297 1992LBII/19c +-0.0006
SiF4 Silicon tetrafluoride       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
CH2PH H2CPH       0.869 1981Kro/Nix:367 mua=0.731, mub=0.470
F3PO Phosphoryl fluoride       1.760 NSRDS-NBS10
SO2F2 Sulfuryl fluoride       1.120 NSRDS-NBS10
SF4 Sulfur tetrafluoride     0.632 0.632 1962Tol/Gwi:1119
SiH3Cl chlorosilane       1.310 NSRDS-NBS10 +-0.01
CH3Cl Methyl chloride       1.870 NSRDS-NBS10
CH2Cl2 Methylene chloride       1.600 NSRDS-NBS10
SiH2Cl2 dichlorosilane       1.130 1976Wel/Ger:117
CH2FCl fluorochloromethane       1.820 NSRDS-NBS10
CHCl3 Chloroform       1.010 NSRDS-NBS10
CHFCl2 fluorodichloromethane       1.290 NSRDS-NBS10
SiHCl3 Trichlorosilane       0.860 NSRDS-NBS10
ClONO2 Chlorine nitrate 0.720 0.280   0.772 1977Sue/Joh:239 mua=0.72+-0.07 D; mub=0.28+-0.02 D
SiCl4 Silane, tetrachloro-       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
SO2Cl2 Sulfuryl chloride       1.810 NSRDS-NBS10
ClFO3 Perchloryl fluoride       0.023 NSRDS-NBS10
CFCl3 Trichloromonofluoromethane       0.450 NSRDS-NBS10
CF2Cl2 difluorodichloromethane       0.510 NSRDS-NBS10
CF3Cl Methane, chlorotrifluoro-       0.500 NSRDS-NBS10
CCl4 Carbon tetrachloride       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3Br methyl bromide     1.810 1.810 1984Gra/Gub
SiH3Br bromosilane       1.319 1977Dos/Sut:1444
CH2Br2 dibromomethane       1.430 NSRDS-NBS10
CH2BrF Methane, bromofluoro- 0.347 1.704   1.739 2007Caz/Puz:112
CHFClBr fluorochlorobromomethane       1.500 1997Bau/Bei:7558 +-0.3
CHBrF2 Methane, bromodifluoro-       1.500 NSRDS-NBS10
CHBr3 bromoform       0.990 NSRDS-NBS10
CBr2F2 Methane, dibromodifluoro-       0.660 NSRDS-NBS10
CF3Br Bromotrifluoromethane     0.639 0.639 1980Cox/Dux:339 79Br
CBr4 Carbon tetrabromide 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000   symmetry
CH3I methyl iodide       1.620 NSRDS-NBS10
CF3I trifluoroiodomethane 0.000 0.000 1.048 1.048 1980Cox/Dux:339
C2H4 Ethylene       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
C4H2 Diacetylene 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000  
N2H4 Hydrazine       1.750 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3NC methyl isocyanide       3.850 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3CN Acetonitrile       3.920 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3OH Methyl alcohol       1.700 NSRDS-NBS10
CH2NOH formaldoxime       0.440 1962Lev:276
CHONH2 formamide       3.730 NSRDS-NBS10
HOONO2 peroxy nitric acid 1.185 0.940 1.288 1.987 1986Sue/Lov:406
N2O4 Dinitrogen tetroxide       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
CH2CHF Ethene, fluoro-       1.430 NSRDS-NBS10
CH2CF2 Ethene, 1,1-difluoro-       1.380 NSRDS-NBS10
C2H2F2 Ethene, 1,2-difluoro-, (Z)-       2.420 1961Lau:291
C2HF3 Trifluoroethylene       1.400 NSRDS-NBS10
CF3CN Acetonitrile, trifluoro-       1.330 NSRDS-NBS10
B2F4 Diboron tetrafluoride       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
C2F4 Tetrafluoroethylene       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
PF5 Phosphorus pentafluoride       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3SH Methanethiol       1.520 NSRDS-NBS10
CH2CHCl Ethene, chloro-       1.450 NSRDS-NBS10
CH2CCl2 Ethene, 1,1-dichloro-       1.340 NSRDS-NBS10
CHClCHCl Ethene, 1,2-dichloro-, (Z)-       1.900 NSRDS-NBS10
B2Cl4 Diboron tetrachloride       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
C2Cl4 Tetrachloroethylene       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
PCl5 Phosphorus pentachloride       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3SeH Methane selenol 1.253 0.314 0.000 1.291 1973Tho:70 x=a y=b
C2H3Br vinyl bromide       1.420 NSRDS-NBS10
BrF5 bromine pentafluoride       1.510 NSRDS-NBS10 +-0.15
CH2CCH2 allene       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
C3H4 cyclopropene       0.454 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3CCH propyne       0.780 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3NH2 methyl amine       1.310 NSRDS-NBS10
C3H3N acrylonitrile       3.870 NSRDS-NBS10
C3H2N2 Malononitrile       3.730 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3CHO Acetaldehyde       2.690 NSRDS-NBS10
C2H4O Ethylene oxide       1.890 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3NO2 Methane, nitro-       3.460 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3ONO Methyl nitrite       2.050 1974Hel/Hel(II/6) +-0.03
CH3COF Acetyl fluoride       2.960 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3PH2 Methyl phosphine       1.100 NSRDS-NBS10
C2H4S Thiirane       1.850 NSRDS-NBS10
H2SO4 Sulfuric acid       2.725 1981Kuc/Sue:2561
SF6 Sulfur Hexafluoride 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000  
CH3COCl Acetyl Chloride       2.720 NSRDS-NBS10
C2H6 Ethane       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
C2H3CCH 1-Buten-3-yne       0.224 NISThydrocarbon mua=0.223, mub=0.02
BH3NH3 borane ammonia     5.216 5.216 1983Tho/Sue:167 +- 0.017 D
NH3NH3 Ammonia Dimer     1.990 1.990 NISTDiatomic
CH2NCH3 N-methylmethanimine       1.530 1964Sas/Cur:77 mub^2 = 2.23+-0.04 D^2
CH3CHNH ethanimine       1.900 NSRDS-NBS10
C3H4O Cyclopropanone       2.670 1968Poc/Bal:1072 +-0.10
C3H4O Methylketene 1.755 0.350 0.000 1.790 1966Bak/Chr:883 x=a, y=b
CH2CHCHO Acrolein       3.120 NSRDS-NBS10
C3H4O 2-Propyn-1-ol       1.810 1971Vau:21
CH3OCHO methyl formate       1.770 1959Cur:1529
CHOCH2OH hydroxy acetaldehyde       2.730 1974Hel/Hel(II/6) mu=2.73+-0.04 mua=0.12+-0.04 mub=2.73+-0.03
NH2CONH2 Urea       3.830 1975Bro/God:445
CH3COOH Acetic acid       1.700 1971Kri/Sae:4553 mua=0.86+-0.01D, mub=1.47+-0.02D
C3H3NO Isoxazole       2.900 1974Hel/Hel(II/6) mua=1.98 mub=2.12
C3H3NO Oxazole       1.500 1974Hel/Hel(II/6) mua=1.34 mub=0.66
CH3NO3 Methyl nitrate       3.081 1974Hel/Hel(II/6) mua=3.072+-0.012, mub=0.235+-0.015, mu=3.081+-0.013
C2H5F fluoroethane 1.690 1.000   1.960 1955Kra/Dai:184 x is a, y is b
CH3CHF2 Ethane, 1,1-difluoro-       2.270 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3CF3 Ethane, 1,1,1-trifluoro-       2.320 NSRDS-NBS10
CF3COOH trifluoroacetic acid       2.280 NSRDS-NBS10
C2F6 hexafluoroethane 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000  
CH3SiH3 methyl silane       0.735 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3CH2Cl Ethyl chloride       2.050 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3CHCl2 Ethane, 1,1-dichloro-       2.060 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3CCl3 Ethane, 1,1,1-trichloro-       1.780 NSRDS-NBS10
CH2ClCHCl2 1,1,2-trichloroethane       1.500 1971Vau:21
CH3CF2Cl 1-Chloro-1,1-Difluoroethane       2.140 NSRDS-NBS10
CF3CF2Cl pentafluorochloroethane       0.520 NSRDS-NBS10
GeH3CH3 methyl germane       0.643 NSRDS-NBS10
C2H5Br Ethyl bromide       2.030 NSRDS-NBS10
CH2BrCH2Br Ethane, 1,2-dibromo-       1.040 1971Vau:21
CH2CHCH3 Propene       0.363 NISThydrocarbon mua=0.360, mub=0.05
C3H6 Cyclopropane       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
C2H5CN ethyl cyanide       4.020 NSRDS-NBS10
C3H3N3 1,3,5-Triazine       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3OCH3 Dimethyl ether       1.300 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3CH2OH Ethanol 0.046 1.438   1.441 1974Hel/Hel(II/6) mua=0.046+-0.014 mub=1.438+-0.019
CH3CONH2 Acetamide       3.760 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3CHNOH Acetaldoxime 0.887 0.304   0.938 1969Rog/Sch:397 ux = ua, uy=ub
CH3CHNOH Acetaldoxime 0.801 0.284   0.850 1969Rog/Sch:397 ux = ua, uy=ub
C4H4O Furan       0.660 NSRDS-NBS10
C3H4O2 β–Propiolactone       4.180 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3CH2SH ethanethiol       1.520 1974Hel/Hel(II/6) mu = 1.52+-0.04, mua=0.93+-0.03, mub=1.20+-0.03
CH3CH2SH ethanethiol 1.490 0.190 0.590 1.610 1975Sch/Qua:3864 x=a y=b z=c
CH3SCH3 Dimethyl sulfide       1.500 NSRDS-NBS10
C4H4S Thiophene       0.550 NSRDS-NBS10 +0.01
C3H5Cl 1-Propene, 3-chloro-       1.940 NSRDS-NBS10
C3H5Cl 1-chloro-1-propene(Z)       1.670 NSRDS-NBS10
C3H5Cl 1-chloro-1-propene(E)       1.970 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3SeCH3 dimethylselenide 0.000 0.000 1.410 1.410 1966Bee:414 +- 0.02D
CH2CCHCH3 1,2-Butadiene       0.400 NISThydrocarbon mub = 0.070(1), muc = 0.394(2)
CH3CCCH3 2-Butyne       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
C4H6 Bicyclo[1.1.0]butane     0.675 0.675 1966Har/Cox:5049
C4H6 Cyclobutene       0.132 NSRDS-NBS10
C4H6 Methylenecyclopropane     0.402 0.402 NISThydrocarbon
C4H6 1-Methylcyclopropene       0.840 NISThydrocarbon mua = 0.818(8), mub= 0.19(2)
CHCCH2CH3 1-Butyne       0.782 NISThydrocarbon mua =0.763(3), mub = 0.170(4)
CH3NHCH3 Dimethylamine       1.030 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3CH2NH2 Ethylamine       1.220 NSRDS-NBS10
C4H5N Pyrrole       1.840 NSRDS-NBS10
C4H5N (Z)-2-Butenenitrile       4.080 NSRDS-NBS10
C4H5N (E)-2-Butenenitrile       4.500 NSRDS-NBS10
C4H4N2 Pyrazine       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
C3H6O Oxetane       1.940 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3CH2CHO Propanal       2.520 NSRDS-NBS10
C3H6O 2-Propen-1-ol       1.600 NSRDS-NBS10
C3H6O Propylene oxide       2.010 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3COCH3 Acetone       2.880 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3OCH2CN Methoxyacetonitrile 2.400 1.370 1.110 2.980 1974Kew:509 moments are a,b,c not x,y,z
H2NCH2COOH Glycine       1.095 1995Lov/Kaw:201 mua=0.911, mub=0.607
C3H6S Thiirane, methyl-       1.950 NSRDS-NBS10
C3H6S Thietane       1.850 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3SOCH3 Dimethyl sulfoxide       3.960 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3CHBrCH3 i-propyl bromide       2.210 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3CH2CH2Br n-propyl bromide       2.180 NSRDS-NBS10
C3H8 Propane       0.084 NSRDS-NBS10 mub = 0.0841+-0.001
C5H6 1-Buten-3-yne, 2-methyl- 0.448 0.248   0.512 NISThydrocarbon x=a y=b
C5H6 1,3-Cyclopentadiene       0.419 NSRDS-NBS10
C5H6 3-Penten-1-yne, (E)- 0.571 0.334   0.662 NISThydrocarbon dipx is a, dipy is b
C5H6 Cyclopropylacetylene       0.892 NISThydrocarbon mua= 0.891(10), muc= 0.048(10)
C5H6 Bicyclo[2.1.0]pent-2-ene 0.398   0.025 0.401 NISThydrocarbon x=a z=c
C3H7N Cyclopropylamine       1.190 1974Hel/Hel(II/6) mu=1.19+-0.01 mua=0.43+0.01 muc=1.11+-0.01
C5H5N Pyridine       2.190 NSRDS-NBS10
CH2CHOCHCH2 Vinyl ether 0.349 0.662 0.225 0.782 1971Hir/Cur:358 mu=0.782D +- 0.26D
C4H6O Cyclobutanone       2.990 NSRDS-NBS10
CHOCHCHCH3 2-Butenal       3.720 1974Hel/Hel(II/6) mu=3.72+-0.28
C4H6O Furan, 2,5-dihydro-       1.320 1974Hel/Hel(II/6) mua=1.3+-0.02 mub=0.25+-0.02 muc=0.00+-0.01
HCOOC2H5 Ethyl formate       1.980 1974Hel/Hel(II/6) mua=1.85+-0.01 mub=0.69+-0.01
CH3COOCH3 methyl acetate       1.720 NSRDS-NBS10
C2H5NO3 Nitric acid, ethyl ester       3.390 1974Hel/Hel(II/6) mua=3.32+-0.01 mub=0.739+-0.03 muc=0 mu = 3.39+-0.02
C5H4O2 furfural       3.540 1971Vau:21
SiH2(CH3)2 dimethylsilane       0.750 NSRDS-NBS10
CH2CHSCHCH2 Divinyl sulfide       1.200 NSRDS-NBS10
C4H6S Thiophene, 2,5-dihydro- 0.000 0.000 1.750 1.750 1981Dur/Li:1564
C2H6O2S Dimethyl sulfone       4.490 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3CHClCH3 Propane, 2-chloro-       2.170 NSRDS-NBS10
CH2ClCH2CH3 Propane, 1-chloro-       2.050 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3CCl2CH3 Propane, 2,2-dichloro-       2.270 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3CHCHCH3 2-Butene, (E)-       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3CHCHCH3 2-Butene, (Z)-     0.257 0.257 NISThydrocarbon
CH2CHCH2CH3 1-Butene       0.359 NISThydrocarbon mua=0.345(7), mub= 0.081(11), muc=0.059(16)
CH2C(CH3)CH3 1-Propene, 2-methyl-       0.503 1961Laurie:1516 +-0.009
C6H6 Benzene       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
C6H6 Fulvene       0.424 NISThydrocarbon mua= 0.4236(13)
C6H6 2,4-Hexadiyne       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
C2H8N2 Ethylenediamine       1.990 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3CH2CH2CN Butanenitrile       4.070 NSRDS-NBS10
C3H7OH 1-Propanol       1.550 1974Hel/Hel(II/6) trans mu=1.55+-0.03 mua=0.21+-0.07 mub=1.54+-0.02
CH3CHOHCH3 Isopropyl alcohol       1.580 1970Kon/Hir:97
CH3OC2H5 Ethane, methoxy-       1.230 NSRDS-NBS10
C3H7NO dimethylformamide       3.820 NSRDS-NBS10
C3H6O3 1,3,5-Trioxane       2.080 NSRDS-NBS10
C6H5F Fluorobenzene     1.600 1.600 1984Gra/Gub
C6H4F2 metadifluorobenzene       1.580 NSRDS-NBS10
C2H6O3S Sulfurous acid, dimethyl ester       3.090 1971Vau:21
C6H5Cl chlorobenzene       1.690 NSRDS-NBS10
C6H5Br bromobenzene       1.700 NSRDS-NBS10
C5H8 Cyclopentene       0.190 NISThydrocarbon mua=0.190(6)
C5H8 1,3-Butadiene, 2-methyl- 0.250 0.035   0.252 NISThydrocarbon x=b, y=a
C5H8 1-pentyne 0.839 0.158 0.000 0.853 NISThydrocarbon mua, mub, muc (x=a y=b z=c)
C5H8 1,2-Butadiene, 3-methyl-     0.549 0.549 NISThydrocarbon z=a
C5H8 Bicyclo[2.1.0]pentane 0.260 0.000   0.260 NISThydrocarbon x=c
C5H8 1,3-Pentadiene, (E)- 0.561 0.160   0.582 NISThydrocarbon x=a y=b
C5H8 Ethenylcyclopropane 0.486   0.110 0.502 NISThydrocarbon x=a, z=c
C5H8 Cyclobutane, methylene-       0.514 1971Vau:21
C5H8 1,3-Pentadiene, (Z)- 0.465 0.185   0.500 NISThydrocarbon x=a, y=b
NH2CH2CH2CH3 1-Propanamine       1.170 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3CH(NH2)CH3 2-Propanamine   0.100 1.190 1.190 1977Meh/Gri:244 mub=0.1+-0.04, muc=1.19 +-0.03 D
N(CH3)3 Trimethylamine       0.612 NSRDS-NBS10
C6H5CN phenyl cyanide     4.515 4.515 2008Woh/Sch:119
CH3COCH2CH3 2-Butanone       2.779 1991Dur/Fen:1827
C4H8O Furan, tetrahydro-       1.630 NSRDS-NBS10
CHOCH2CH2CH3 Butanal       2.720 NSRDS-NBS10
C6H5OH phenol       1.224 1979Lar:175
As(CH3)3 trimethyl arsine       0.860 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3CH(CH3)CH3 Isobutane       0.132 NSRDS-NBS10
C6H8 1,3-Cyclohexadiene     0.437 0.437 NISThydrocarbon
C6H8 Bicyclo[3.1.0]hex-2-ene       0.292 NISThydrocarbon mua= 0.166(9),mub= 0.209(15),muc= 0.119(1)
C6H8 Bicyclo[2.2.0]hex-1(4)-ene       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
C6H5CCH phenylacetylene       0.656 NISThydrocarbon
C6H5NH2 aniline       1.530 NSRDS-NBS10 1974Lis/Tyl:253 dipy=1.129
C5H8O Cyclopentanone       3.250 1971Vau:21
C5H8O Methyl cyclopropyl ketone       2.620 1974Hel/Hel(II/6) mua=0.47+-0.17 mub=2.58+-0.26
C4H8O2 1,3-Dioxane       2.060 1974Hel/Hel(II/6) mua=1.61+-0.02 mub=1.29+-0.01
C4H8O2 Ethyl acetate       1.780 NSRDS-NBS10
C6H5CHO benzaldehyde 2.906 1.188   3.140 2005Des/Psz:1708 x=a, y=b
C6H5NO2 Nitrobenzene       4.220 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3CHClCH2CH3 Butane, 2-chloro-       2.040 NSRDS-NBS10
CH2ClCH2CH2CH3 Butane, 1-chloro-       2.050 NSRDS-NBS10
CH3CCl(CH3)CH3 Propane, 2-chloro-2-methyl-       2.130 NSRDS-NBS10
C5H10 2-Pentene, (Z)- 0.002 0.274 0.070 0.283 NISThydrocarbon x=a, y=b, z=c
C5H10 Cyclopropane, 1,1-dimethyl-     0.142 0.142 NISThydrocarbon
CH2CHCH2CH2CH3 1-pentene 0.377 0.102   0.391 2000Fra/Xu:109671 x=a, y=b
C6H5CH3 toluene       0.332 1971Vau:21
C5H9N Pentanenitrile       4.120 NSRDS-NBS10
C5H9N Propanenitrile, 2,2-dimethyl-       3.950 NSRDS-NBS10
C4H10O 1-Propanol, 2-methyl-       1.640 NSRDS-NBS10
C4H10O Ethoxy ethane       1.150 NSRDS-NBS10
C4H10O 1-Butanol       1.660 NSRDS-NBS10
C4H10O Ethanol, 1,1-dimethyl-       1.740 1971Vau:21 +-0.04
C5H8O2 Acetylacetone          
C2H5SC2H5 Diethyl sulfide     1.556 1.556 2001Plu/Sue:3057 TT Structure
C6H10 Bicyclo[3.1.0]hexane 0.093   0.168 0.192 NISThydrocarbon
C6H10 1-Hexyne       0.830 NSRDS-NBS10
C6H10 1-Butyne, 3,3-dimethyl-         NISThydrocarbon
C6H10 cyclohexene     0.331 0.331 NISThydrocarbon
C8H8 cubane 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000  
C5H10O 2H-Pyran, tetrahydro-       1.740 1974Hel/Hel(II/6) mua=1.53+-0.02 mub=0.82+-0.02
C6H5OCH3 Anisole 0.694 1.055   1.262 2005Des/Psz:1708 x=a, y=b
C5H10S 2H-Thiopyran, tetrahydro-       1.781 1975Kit/Mal:179 +-0.010, mu_a = 1.684+-0.009, mu_c=0.578+-0.002
C5H12 Propane, 2,2-dimethyl-       0.000 NSRDS-NBS10
C5H12 Butane, 2-methyl-       0.130 NSRDS-NBS10
C5H11N Piperidine 0.178   0.800 0.820 1981Par/Buc:465 mua=0.178+-0.007 muc=0.800+-0.020
C5H11N Piperidine 1.069   0.521 1.189 1981Par/Buc:465 mua=1.069+-0.015 muc=0.521+-0.007
C6H10O cyclohexanone       3.020 1971Vau:21
CH3COC6H5 acetophenone       3.020 NSRDS-NBS10
Si(CH3)4 tetramethylsilane 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000   by symmetry
C5H11Cl Pentane, 1-chloro-       2.160 NSRDS-NBS10
C6H5CH2CH3 Ethylbenzene       0.590 NSRDS-NBS10
C10H8 Azulene       0.800 NSRDS-NBS10
C7H12 Norbornane       0.091 NISThydrocarbon
C3H7OC3H7 di-n-propyl ether       1.210 NSRDS-NBS10

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