Problem: Which of the following pairs of molecules can form hydrogen bonds between them?A) HCl and HIB) CH3OH and NH3C) CH4 and H2OD) SO2 and CH2OE) H2 and O2

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Hydrogen Bond is the force that exists when H is directly connected to F, O, or N.


A) HCl and HI

No H is directly connected to F, O, or N
cannot form hydrogen bonds

No H is directly connected to F, O, or N
cannot form hydrogen bonds


HCl and HI cannot form hydrogen bonds between them.



B) CH3OH and NH3

an H is directly connected to O
can form hydrogen bonds

an H is directly connected to N
can form hydrogen bonds


CH3OH and NH3 can form hydrogen bonds between them.


C) CH4 and H2O

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Which of the following pairs of molecules can form hydrogen bonds between them?

A) HCl and HI

B) CH3OH and NH3

C) CH4 and H2O

D) SO2 and CH2O

E) H2 and O2

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