Frohlich theory Ng3PBT (N is the number density of dipole molecules, p as before is b the "gas" phase moment of one molecule) one can account for the correlation between dipoles. If g =1 moments are entirely free from interaction with each other. For g)({)1 we have positive (negative) correlation, both physical in the case of polar liquids. So g is, in a sense, the ratio of actual fluctuations to theoretical "gas" uncorrelated fluctuations and it has been nd shown [36] to be g = ^^ {cos 0ij )q , where 0ij is the angle between dipoles pi

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