Properties of Water, Hydrogen Bonding & Dissolution Of Sodium Chloride

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a) Observation from the videos:

Hydrogen bonding:
Oxygen has much stronger attraction to the electrons in the covalent bond, so the
water molecule is polar, it carries partial negative charge on the Oxygen and partial
positive charge on the Hydrogen. The size of Oxygen atom is small so the positively
charged Hydrogen atoms from other molecules can bond with the negatively charged
Oxygen atom to form Hydrogen bond.
Hydrogen bonds can occur in other many cases when Hydrogen is covalently bonded
with highly electronegative atom, for example, acetic acid.
Hydrogen bonds can...

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