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sabrinagutz
 one year ago
How do polar molecules form hydrogen bonds?
sabrinagutz
 one year ago
How do polar molecules form hydrogen bonds?

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insa
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1A polar molecule has a positively charged side and a negatively charged side. When polar molecules are near each other, their positive sides are attracted to each other's negative sides, and viceversa just like a magnet. This attraction is called a hydrogen bond.
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