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anonymous
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anonymous
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I think it's O-O or O - H
Rushwr
  • Rushwr
As i told u earlier there should be a slight negativity and slight positivity in both the atoms for it to become a polar bond. But as we can see there's no difference in charge between 2 oxygen atoms right? One can't be slightly positive soo I will go with O-O !

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anonymous
  • anonymous
That was correct and I'm not good at this, it confuses me it's why I use os to confirm or correct
Rushwr
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Oh okai medal me maybe ??? :)

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