What is the most likely charge on an ion when hydrogen forms an ion?
Most likely, hydrogen will form a cation, meaning it will have a positive charge of +1
Zn will most likely get a 2+ (positive) charge!
Because hydrogen atoms give up their electrons relatively easily, when they are in a covalent bond they have a fairly positive charge (because its electron spends most of its time around the atom the hydrogen is bonded to). If there is another molecule that has an area of partially negative charge then the hydrogen will be attracted to it. This bond that forms is not as strong as something like a covalent bond but, it… Read More
The ionic charge of a hydrogen ion can be -1 in compounds of hydrogen with very active metals such as sodium but will be +1 in most other compounds that contain hydrogen ions.
O, being most electronegative acquires the most negative charge in a covalent bond with hydrogen
Fluorine has the most negative charge when it is bonded with hydrogen, rather than any other element in the periodic table.
Hydrogen and hydrogen+fluorine.
The most common compound of hydrogen and oxygen is better known as "Water". Hydrogen and oxygen also forms Hydrogen Peroxide.
yes it can when it dissolves in water in forms hydrogen bonds in fact its the one that has the most hydrogen bonds
The charge of the proton is positive while the charge of the electron is negative. This keeps the atom together. Unlike most atoms, the hydrogen atoms have only two particles in them.
The most common charge of phosphorus is -5.
An air mass that forms over water at a low latitude is most likely warm. The air mass is also most likely humid.
The term "Hydroiodic acid" most likely refers to a solution of Hydrogen Iodide in Water, which is an aqueous solution (AQ) However, Hydrogen Iodide, HI is a gas at room temperature, and forms a liquid at -34OC, and a solid at -51OC
Oxygen ion has a charge -2
it forms hydrogen bonds
Helium and hydrogen
Hydrogen is the element that is most likely to undergo nuclear fusion.
Such an ion would most likely carry a 1+ charge.
it is just an electron (H-) = 1e-
Anything in the first group on the periodic table, like hydrogen, sodium, or potassium. Though, through the strength of bonding, hydrogen is the most likely (while all the others are still very likely).
Hydrogen and Fluorine form the most polar bond H-F, the difference of electronegativities is 1.9.
the covalent bond
Because the chloride stole one of its electrons for its own negative charge when it dissolved, leaving the hydrogen with a positive charge. It's the most stable situation for those particles.
Oxygen most commonly has a charge of negative 2, except in hydrogen peroxide, where it is negative 1
Hydrogen and Helium. :)
depends on the lawyer. He will most likely notify you what the charge is.
+4 it is most likely -4
Hydrogen-1 is the most common isotope.
Most non metals with the exception of hydrogen which can have a positive charge as well. All the halogens for example have a negative charge, sulfer, oxygen and nitrogen have a negative charge. There are more ofcourse.
Solar, electrical, or hydrogen powered cars are most likely to be cars of the future.
Hydrogen is far and away the most common element in the universe. It forms over 90% of all the "stuff" in it. It also forms the largest portion of stars.
Elementally, it reacts most commonly with hydrogen and oxygen. But in the forms of ammonia or nitrates, it will react with most elements.
It is probably an alkali metal. It probably forms salts with main group elements. It has a very low electronegativity. In nature, it probably exists most commonly as a cation. It could also be hydrogen, which has none of the four aforementioned characteristics.
Magnesium usually forms an Mg2+ ion. It loses two electrons, gaining a 2+ charge.
Hydrogen is the most commonly observed element in the universe and is likely contained in every planet.
The valence of hydrogen is 1 and form the cation H+.
it most likely releases the energy from it =D
Yes (most likely). These 4 are most likely the most important elements for human life to which this questions refers.
When you import electronics
Most likely only rain.
Aluminum which forms Al 3+
Most likely death in most cases, or life imprisonment.
The most common elements, in order, are carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorous, sulphur.
In most compounds, the nitrogen in NH2 has a partial negative charge while the hydrogen each carry a partial positive charge. It can also exist as the Amide ion with a full negative charge.
More than 74% of the matter in the universe is hydrogen, so when a star forms and collects surrounding matter most of that matter will be hydrogen. It is a simple matter of the availability of different elements.
What is the most likely charge on an ion formed by an element with a valence electron configuration of ns 1?
Positive 1 charge
water have hydrogen bonding so it can dissolve most of the substances it have partial +ve charge on H and partial _ve charge on O.it can make hydrogen bonding with poler solutions or substances.but it can not dissolve the the non poler substances because they can not make hydrogen bonding with water
Saturn, Jupiter and other gas giants most likely contain liquid and metallic hydrogen
It is a common bond between hydrogen and nitrogen, fluorine, oxygen because these elements are highly electronegative.