Electric polarizability is the characteristic tendency of charge distribution to an atom or molecule by an external electric field through a charged parallel-plate capacitor, which distorts the molecule or atom from its normal shape. The electric polarizability of proton is 1.20[6] e-48.

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The distortion can also occurs when the element in the presence of ion or dipole, Electric polarizability in general can be expressed as α = P/E , where P is ratio of a induced dipole moment and E is electric field that produces the dipole moment.

The distortion can also occurs when the element in the presence of ion or dipole, Electric polarizability in general can be expressed as α = P/E , where P is ratio of a induced dipole moment and E is electric field that produces the dipole moment.