Environmental Science for AP* (2nd Edition)

Published by W. H. Freeman
ISBN 10: 1464108684
ISBN 13: 978-1-46410-868-6

Unit 1 - AP Environmental Science Practice Exam - Section 1: Multiple-Choice Questions: 12

Answer

B

Work Step by Step

Hydrogen bonds are known for their strong bonds with oxygen atoms. Note, Hydrogen bonds are not bonds between atoms in the same molecule. Rather, when a Hydrogen is bonded to an Oxygen, Fluorine, or Nitrogen atom, the molecule becomes extremely polar. Thus, the molecule is attracted to other molecules where a Hydrogen is bonded to an Oxygen, Fluorine, or Nitrogen atom. This attraction between these two molecules is called a Hydrogen bond.
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