Problem: Which of the following statements describe hydrogen bonding between water molecules or describe properties of water that lead to hydrogen bonding between water molecules?a. The slightly negative oxygen atom of one water molecule is attracted to the slightly positive hydrogen atom of another water molecule.b. The slightly positive hydrogen atom is attracted to the slightly negative oxygen atom within a single water molecule.c. Water is polar due to its bent structure and an unequal sharing of electrons.d. Water is nonpolar due to its linear structure and unequal sharing of electrons.

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Which of the following statements describe hydrogen bonding between water molecules or describe properties of water that lead to hydrogen bonding between water molecules?

a. The slightly negative oxygen atom of one water molecule is attracted to the slightly positive hydrogen atom of another water molecule.

b. The slightly positive hydrogen atom is attracted to the slightly negative oxygen atom within a single water molecule.

c. Water is polar due to its bent structure and an unequal sharing of electrons.

d. Water is nonpolar due to its linear structure and unequal sharing of electrons.

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