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How many water molecules can bond to another water molecule?
One molecule of water (H-O-H) contains two ionic bonds.
A hydrogen bond attracts one water molecule to another.
Eight. Two on the oxygen, one on each Nitrogen, and one on each hydrogen. Source: saplinglearning.com
I assume you are reffering to hydrogen bonding. a water molecule has polarity indicated by delta positive or delta negative (d+, d-) where the oxygen atom is d- and the two h…ydrogens are d+. If for example you have two water molecules a hydrogen bond could form between a hydrogen of one atom and the oxygen of the other since the d- is attracted to the d+. Hydrogen bonds are relativly weak, however when many are combined this interaction between two substances can be very strong.
2 bonds -- 2 atoms of hydrogen 1 atom of Oxygen
Oxygen holds electrons more tightly than hydrogen does, and the net charge is zero
hydrogen bond bonds water molecules with other water molecules.
2 covalent bonds
The intermolecular forces between water molecules are hydrogen bonds, a special (and much stronger) version of dipole-dipole bonds.
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There is 1 molecule of water in a molecule of water. That 1 molecule is comprised of 1 Oxygen atom and 2 Hydrogen atoms.
There are two covalent bonds present in a water molecule.
It is a polar covalent bond. This is due to unshared and unpaired electrons around the oxygen atom.