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@hotchellerae21 <== you misspelled my name
What do you think the answer is?
all of them? @ayeeeitskateee
yea i belive it B as well
@Hotchellerae21 is saying B but @ayeeeitskateee is saying D confusion xc
I just clicked on the bing search and clicked the first link. lol.
No its not... when you search it the answer is right there... :D
Lol, this chick. Since you're right, type an explanation.
As to why polar molecules and ionic bonds don't have a charge.
Because bing clearly states A hydrogen bond is the electrostatic attraction between polar molecules that occurs when a hydrogen (H) atom bound to a highly electronegative atom such as nitrogen (N), oxygen (O) or fluorine (F) experiences attraction to some other nearby highly electronegative atom.
@the_ocean_girl Please tell me what the right answer is.
Hmm.. why do tags suddenly matter? LOL.
A doctor makes a brand new account, logs in, goes to the health section, and somebody says he doesn't know much about health because he doesn't have a tag. Logic at its finest.
Everyone has there own beliefs :)
@the_ocean_girl As I said before, please tell me what the answer is. :)
LOL. What beliefs? We're talking about facts and biology, not opinions.
I don't know the answer that's why I asked! Now I'm even more confused because of this bio argument!!
Fine i have other people tagging me i don't have time for arguing
I just wanted an explaination since I was wrong I suppose? lol. Sorry about that @the_ocean_girl Try reading that link though!
If hydrogen bonds have a charge and polar molecules do too, then that means ionic bonds do also, so the answer would be D. but read that link and tell me what you think. :)
I'm pretty sure polar molecules have a charge.
i think it's just ionic bonds
Polar molecules have a negative charge, but please tell me what the answer is, as I said before. :)
I hope you get it right though, whatever you choose!
it's C, i did some research, hydrogen bonds don't share electrons. Non polar bonds are electrically charged. So i think it's ionic bonds
Okay! I hope you get it right. So neither of us were right. :) Sorry about that, I think whats her face should say sorry too.
she did say sorry :) thanks for trying to help though
XDD "whats her face" Ocean sorry tho love
Of course! I learned something too today, so thank you!!
LOL. Yes, how am I supposed to know who you are? What's her face.
I admit you put up a good fight @ayeeeitskateee
No, actually, I just wanted an explanation as to why YOU were right.
Instead of saying "No its D." "No its B." and back and forth, I wanted an explanation. @Hotchellerae21 But on to help others, Byeee! :))
@texaschic101 can you confirm an answer?
can you confirm this answer?
All of the above Hydrogen bonds involve electrostatic attraction, Ionic bonds involved electrons and so do polar molecules
i was wrong ?? :c how...
2 people say b 2 people say d 1 person says c omg so much confusion xc
@ShadowLegendX THANK YOU.
~throws a fit~ XDDD
Electrons have an electric charge, thus all things involved with it are in some way involved with an electric charge
And thank you @ShadowLegendX for the explanation.
No problem :)
Go me and go Shadow. :)))
Medal for you.
@the_ocean_girl well at least we found some people who could help again i am sorry :c ~walks away embarrassed~
so basically any type of bond involves electronic charges? @ShadowLegendX
Be specific as to what type of bond
A chemical bond?
All chemical bonds are involved with electrons