A- The electrons spend more time around the hydrogen atoms because hydrogen is more electronegative than oxygen.
B- There is a partial negative charge on each hydrogen atom and two partial positive charges on the oxygen atom in a water molecule.
C- Attractions form between opposite partial charges.
A-That the atoms in water have equal electronegativities
B-That water molecules are linear, like a pole
C-That water is one of the many hydrophobic molecules
D-That atoms in the molecule have partial charges as a result of unequal sharing of electrons in a covalent bond
Students also viewed
Other sets by this creator
There is no limit to the size a hydrogen atom can attain, provided it is free from disruptive outside influences. In fact, radio astronomers have detected radiation from large, so-called "Rydberg atoms" in the diffuse hydrogen gas of interstellar space. Find the wavelength of radiation this atom emits when its electron drops from level to level . How is it different from when the electron drops from level to level
Two air carts of mass and are placed on a frictionless track. Cart 1 is at rest initially, and has a spring bumper with a force constant of . Cart 2 has a flat metal surface for a bumper, and moves toward the bumper of the stationary cart with an initial speed . What is the speed of the two carts at the moment when their speeds are equal?