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Description A van der Waals' surface coloured according to charge, superimposed on a ball-and-stick model of the hydrogen fluoride molecule, HF. Red represents partially negatively charged regions, blue represents partially positively charged regions, and white represents neutral (uncharged) regions. Created in Accelrys DS Visualizer 1.5, edited with Photoshop Elements 3.0.
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