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Solution: In the molecule below, how many atoms could make hydrogen bonds with water? a. 5 b. 7 c. 9 d. 10 e. 12

Problem

In the molecule below, how many atoms could make hydrogen bonds with water? 

a. 5 

b. 7 

c. 9 

d. 10 

e. 12

Solution

Hydrogen bonding exists anytime hydrogen (H) is directly connected to fluorine (F)oxygen (O) or nitrogen (N)


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