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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.

How is water different from other molecules?

It is necessary for all forms of life. Water is a polar molecule consisting of polar covalent bonds. The more electronegative oxygen atom hogs the shared electrons from the tw

How can a water molecule be recycled in the water cycle?

A water molecule, in its liquid form, is, well, a liquid. It could be anywhere. In a lake, an ocean, your glass, anywhere. Then, due to heat from the sun, it evaporates, meani

How many water molecules can bond to another water molecule?

One water molecule may surround by four other water molecules tetrahedrally as in case of ice.

What will happen to water molecules when water boils?

  It's actually a lot simpler than that. When liquid water boils, some of the water molecules in a liquid state become so energetic that they go into a gaseous state. They

How do water molecules stick to other water molecules?

Answer   its all polar. The molecules are made up of two hydrogen and one oxygen molecule. They arrange themselves in a assymetrical way. This causes the molecule to have

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

Why is water a molecule and a compound?

Water is a chemical substance with the chemical formula H2O. Its molecule contains one oxygen and two hydrogen atoms connected by covalent bonds.

How Many water molecules are In water?

Thinking logically here... USING MY BRAIN!!! If there is 1 molecule of water for every 1 molecule of water, then the proportion of water molecules in water will be the same. 1