In this question, how come the other Hydrogen atoms aren't Hydrogen bond donors?

asked by @stephanier47 • over 1 year ago • ChemistryIntermolecular Forces • 5 pts

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Hey there! For this question, we are talking about hydrogen bonding, which happens when hydrogen directly bonds to fluorine, oxygen or nitrogen. This is the reason why the other hydrogen atoms are not hydrogen bond donors, because they are connected to Carbon.

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answered by @dashab2 • over 1 year ago