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Schematic representation of the partitioning of charges in the methane molecule If a molecule has lone pairs, a similar procedure will apply. For instance, in the case of the ammonia molecule, the + 5 charge of the nitrogen core will be partitioned into three + 1 charges, each of which will be associated with a pair of electrons and a proton, and one + 2 charge, to be associated with the lone pair (Fig. 7). 29 A. Julg \ 0 / @ | Fig. 7. Schematic representation of the partitioning of charges in the ammonia molecule The moment of the N H bond and the moment of the lone pair are thus defined.