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HCO3 ANION EXIST AS DIMER DUE TO HYDROGEN BOND. YES OR NO? EXPLAIN?

HCO3 ANION EXIST AS DIMER DUE TO HYDROGEN BOND.
YES OR NO?
EXPLAIN?

Grade:12

2 Answers

Pankaj
askIITians Faculty 131 Points
6 years ago
HCO3-doesnot have hydrogen bonding.Hydrogen bonding is mainly the property of covalent compounds with polar bonds. But this is an ionic salt and thus does not show hydrogen bonding.
samatom
13 Points
5 years ago
you cant say its ionic bcz the bond between H+ and CO3- is ionic and CO3- is covalent

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