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## Homework Statement:

- Find the electric dipolar moment for a water molecule using the definition of the dipolar moment, after that find the electric field needed to move this molecule.

## Relevant Equations:

- p = ∫ r' ρ(r') dV'

The equation that we saw in class is for a continuous charge distribution, I think that for this exercise I need to treat the system as a discrete charge distribution but I'm not sure. Also, I don't know how I can calculate the intensity of the electric field needed to move this charge.