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Water is a what molecule?

Water is a type of polar molecule. It is polar because it has twohydrogen atoms bonded uniquely to one atom of oxygen causingdifferent charges in different areas.

What molecules are in water?

Water is a molecule. Remember that a molecule is two or more atoms bonded together. Water (H 2 O) is a molecule of hydrogen and oxygen.

Why is a water molecule a polar molecule?

Different elements have different electro-negativities. Electro-negativity is the ability of an atom to withdraw 'electron density' towards itself, i.e. it makes electrons com

What type of molecule is a water molecule?

A water molecule is made up of two hydrogen atoms attached to one oxygen atom. The unique way in which they bond causes one are of the molecule to be negative and the other ar

Are water molecules a bent molecule?

Yes, water is a bend molecule with a bond angle of about 105 degrees. They are described as bent planar (or V shaped)

What are air molecules and water molecules?

\nAir molecules is a little vague, the air that we breath is a mixture of mainly nitrogen (72% or so) oxygen and carbon dioxide.\nA water molecule is H20, two hydrogen polar c

Why is water a molecule polar?

Water is a polar dipole because it is composed of chemical elements which form a differential electrical charge across the molecule due to unequal sharing of its electrons.

Why is water a molecule and a compound?

Water is a chemical substance with the chemical formula H 2 O. Its molecule contains one oxygen and two hydrogen atoms connected by covalent bonds.

Why is water a molecule rather than an atom?

Water is a molecule rather than an atom because it consists of more than one atom. In fact it consists of atoms of two different elements.