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Oxygen atom stronger attraction for e'
8 protons in the nucleus Greater probability of shared electrons near the O2 atom
Hydrogen atom has just one proton, thus weaker charge Has a bent shape
O2 on one end H on the other end O2 end has slightly negative charge
H has slightly positive charge
Uneven distribution of charges Molecule like a pole magnet
neg near O2 pos near H
Polar molecules attract e/other Like magnets Weaker than ion bonds
Weaker thus shown in parenthesis
(-) (+) ion bonds do not use parenthesis
water can have 4 hydrogen bonds this gives H2O its unique properties. Attraction of molecules of different substances
b. Capillary Action (1) Attraction between water and the glass of a test tube (2) is strong than the attraction between water molecules (3) Why water in test tube is curved in the center (4) Cap action allows water to travel up the roots all of the
way up to the leaves. II. III. IV. V.
Solutions and Suspensions Acids, Bases, and pH Carbon Compounds Chemical Reactions and Enzymes.