anonymous
  • anonymous
In the compound H2O, the electrons in the bonds are unequally shared between oxygen and hydrogen, forming ____. (1 point) cations ionic bonds nonpolar molecules polar bonds
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anonymous
  • anonymous
i say polar bonds
anonymous
  • anonymous
what do you guys say
anonymous
  • anonymous
polar bonds due to high diff. in electronegativity of oxygen and hydrogen

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The bonds between oxygen and the hydrogen atoms within the water molecule are polar covalent bonds... The electrons are not shared equally between oxygen and hydrogen

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