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relate the properties of water to its polarity and hydrogen bonding between molecules

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Aha water molecules love each other because of the V shaped molecule and configuration of its molecules are electronegative which results in dipole dipole forces produced.

  2. anonymous
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    Hydrogen bonding is the strongest bonding out there, and as such water molecules love to stick together as a result. Water molecules I believe have dipole dipole attraction and hydrogen bonding. Take the classical example of water not spilling out of the cup even if the volume exceeds it by a bit.

  3. greatlife44
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    @robert136 wonderfully explained.

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