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is Water covalent molecular bond?

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  1. anonymous
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    yes.

  2. anonymous
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    I'll expand. Water forms covalent bonds within the molecule. In other words, in one water molecule, the bond between hydrogen and oxygen is a covalent bond. However, between molecules, water forms dipole-dipole "bonds", specifically the hydrogen bond.

  3. Preetha
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    Nice jedi_trooper.

  4. anonymous
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    THANKS HEAPS!

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