Periodic table trend for the value of dipole moments

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Hi! Does anyone know if there is a periodic table trend for the value of dipole moments...I tried looking it up on the internet and I havent had any luck maybe someone in here knows..if you do please help! Thanks in advance!
 

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dipole moments refer to covalent compounds not elements of the periodic table.
 
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dipole moments refer to covalent compounds not elements of the periodic table.

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Generally speaking, electronegativity increases going from left to right and bottom to top, with flourine being the most electronegative atom; the greater the difference in electronegativity between two atoms the larger the dipole.
 
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drunken thought... as the distance from right to left inccreased dipole moment increses?
 
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drunken thought... as the distance from right to left inccreased dipole moment increses?

Absolutely. That is indeed a drunken thought.
 

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