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A.CH3OH B.CH3Cl C.C6H12O6 D.CH3NH2
To form H bonds with water the compound should have F, O or N atoms. The more electronegative atoms. So is the answer B ?
I have a doubt with C also, Cuz that is sugar right? So it dissolves in water. .
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these two are out |dw:1444365640135:dw|
yeah I agree
I think it is B
I forgot the fact that H bonds help to dissolve !
The incorrect answer would be B CH3Cl
yeah it is :)
dont forget that if there is a hydrogen O-H OR N-H F-H then it can hydrogen bond.
thing is. the molecule is still polar
so it will still dissovle in water it just cant hydrogen bond i think
I don't think it dissolves though
may be sparingly !
i think it's like dissolves like. that molecule is definitely polar, i may have to check that, hey could you check to see if B would dissolve in water, well at least sparingly @rushwr?
Thinking about it ! Since it is polar it should dissolve right? So we will go with tht. Anyways it doesn't form H bonds. Maybe they are but very weak !
there's definitely some kind of interaction going on there
@nihal777 feel fee to weigh in
We have an answer, but any justification would help :)
well it's B :) cause of that Cl and it's organic non-polar covalent that's why I think ??
|dw:1444367674247:dw| @Shikamaru11 check this out
so me wrong???????? :( then THe 4th one ???
I believe that it's B
But I think that B is polar but it can't H-bond though
so can be a covalent it's justification ??
It can't H bond because for H bonding to happen i feel that you'd need a O-H N-h Or F-H one of those bonds
well yea the tussle is Cl* :D
We can put this question to rest now
yea dead beat :D
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