Unit and measurement (Dipole moment)
What is the dimensional formula of a dipole moment?
Dipole moment is product of dipole charge and their seperation (basically)
So, μ=δd\mu=\delta dμ=δd
μ→\mu \rightarrowμ→ Dipole moment
δ→\delta \rightarrowδ→ Magnitude of charge on dipole [Dipole is of form: δ+−−−δ−\delta^+---\delta^-δ+−−−δ−]
d→d \rightarrowd→ Distance between positive and negative charges
So, μ=[ATL]\mu = [ATL]μ=[ATL]
A represents current.
T represents time..
L represents length.