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In a chemical bond between H2O, and HCl, why does the 'H' in HCl get attracted to the lone pair in H2O, when there are 3 lone pair electrons in HCl, which gives it a stronger attraction to 'H'? Thank You

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  1. SoonKiang
    • 4 years ago
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    I thought HCl bonds will break in the presence of H2O?

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