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Gaurav Baheti Grade:
        

I thought the answer is zero coz there is nothing left on both hydrogen...but the answer isnt zero..pls help..!!

6 years ago

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SAGAR SINGH - IIT DELHI
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Dear student,


Hydrogen bonds occur between molecules that have a permanent net dipole resulting from hydrogen being covalently bonded to either fluorine, oxygen or nitrogen. For example, hydrogen bonds operate between water (H2O) molecules, ammonia (NH3) molecules, hydrogen fluoride (HF) molecules, hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) molecules, alkanols (alcohols) such as methanol (CH3OH) molecules, and between alkanoic (caboxylic) acids such as ethanoic (acetic) acid (CH3COOH) and between organic amines such as methanamine (methyl amine, CH3NH2).


 
















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