is a polar, linear-shaped molecule having one link between the and atoms and one atom in the middle. There is a constant dipole moment in this chemical connection. Due to the presence of in , which is not physically linked to hydrogen atoms, dipole-dipole forces are present between the molecule's electron pair.
A resonance structure is created when a single and a double bond between the centre oxygen and the flanking oxygens swap locations. While the other oxygens share a negative charge between them, the centre oxygen has a single formal + charge. Ozone therefore has a constant dipole moment.