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Solution: Hydrogen bonding. Hydrogen bonding can occur when an H atom is bonded to an N, O, or F atom.To form a hydrogen bond, what must the non-hydrogen atom (N, O, or F) involved in the bond poss

Problem

Hydrogen bonds are represented by dotted lines and are between H in one molecule and F, N, or O in an adjacent molecule. Covalent bonds are bonds between atoms within the same molecule and are represented by solid lines. Example 1: O (two electron pairs) is covalently bonded to two H atoms, and hydrogen bonded to an H in a nearby water molecule (H2O). Example 2: F (three electron pairs) is covalently bonded to H, and hydrogen bonded to another H in a nearby FH molecule. Example 3: N (one electron pair) is covalently bonded to three H atoms, and is hydrogen bonded to an H that is part of another NH3 molecule (one electron pair on the N). Example 4: O (one electron pair) is covalently bonded to two H atoms, and is hydrogen bonded to an H that is part of an NH3 molecule (one electron pair on the N).


Hydrogen bonding. Hydrogen bonding can occur when an H atom is bonded to an N, O, or F atom.

To form a hydrogen bond, what must the non-hydrogen atom (N, O, or F) involved in the bond possess?