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The question is: Sketch and label water structure, including bonds, atoms and distribution of charge.
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The question is: Sketch and label water structure, including bonds, atoms and distribution of charge.
Oxygen atom has a partial negative and the two hydrogen atoms a partial positive charge for each. So each positive charged hydrogen atom is bond to a negative charged oxygen atom, connect as a hydrogen bridge bond.

The picture looks good.
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Your picture is missing some bonds; Hydrogen bonds arent the only bonds there, what about covalent ones?
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Your picture is missing some bonds; Hydrogen bonds arent the only bonds there, what about covalent ones?
https://www.khanacademy.org/science/...nd-life-review

I used the diagram from this website
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https://www.khanacademy.org/science/...nd-life-review

I used the diagram from this website
Those are still hydrogen bonds. For covalent bonds you need a picture that shows electrons arranged as pairs. :yes:
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Those are still hydrogen bonds. For covalent bonds you need a picture that shows electrons arranged as pairs. :yes:
Now how deep do we go, what about bonds between protons and neutrons? What about further sub-proton/sub-neutron particles?
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Now how deep do we go, what about bonds between protons and neutrons? What about further sub-proton/sub-neutron particles?
What type of diagram do I need? I'm so confused
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What type of diagram do I need? I'm so confused
Ignore my last comment, I was being facetious.

Your diagram is almost perfect, just add in an arrow pointing between the oxygen and hydrogen molecules labelling them as covalent bonds and its covering everything you need!
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Ignore my last comment, I was being facetious.

Your diagram is almost perfect, just add in an arrow pointing between the oxygen and hydrogen molecules labelling them as covalent bonds and its covering everything you need!
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Now how deep do we go, what about bonds between protons and neutrons? What about further sub-proton/sub-neutron particles?
That is too far. The gluons cause the bondings between protons and neutrons inside of the H-atoms and O-atom, the quarks (sub-protons and sub-neutron particles) are even inside of those charge carriers. How do you can put these bondings in one picture?
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That is too far. The gluons cause the bondings between protons and neutrons inside of the H-atoms and O-atom, the quarks (sub-protons and sub-neutron particles) are even inside of those charge carriers. How do you can put these bondings in one picture?
I am sooooo confused now
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I am sooooo confused now
Ignore us, your diagram of hydrogen bonds is good, just add in the covalent bonds between oxygen and hydrogen molecules.


The joke we're making is that each atom is made of sub atomic particles. Oxygen is made up of protons, neutrons, and electrons. Neutrons and protons are further subdivided into things like gluons, quarks, etc... that's degree level physics that nobody needs to know.
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Ignore us, your diagram of hydrogen bonds is good, just add in the covalent bonds between oxygen and hydrogen molecules.


The joke we're making is that each atom is made of sub atomic particles. Oxygen is made up of protons, neutrons, and electrons. Neutrons and protons are further subdivided into things like gluons, quarks, etc... that's degree level physics that nobody needs to know.
oh okay
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