Between nucleotides, there is a phosphodiester bond between the phosphate group of one nucleotide and the sugar of another nucleotide. Nucleotides (such as Adenine and Thymine) are held together on two strands of DNA through hydrogen bonding. This doesn't keep nucleotides together in a strand, but helps in the structure of two corresponding strands of DNA.
Answer:Two strands of DNA link together
The nitrogen bases bond A-T and C-G via hydrogen bonds. The bases are held together in the string by a backbone of alternating phosphate and sugar molecules.
The bonds of the atom are covalent where as the bonds between the base pairs are hydrogen.
The two hydrogen atoms in a hydrogen molecule are held together by a covalent bond.
Each molecule has a specific structure.
'H2' is a Hydrogen molecule (2 atoms of hydrogen joined together) - Hydrogen in its natural state (the gas) exists as the hydrogen molecule. A single atom of Hydrogen is just 'H'
H2 is one molecule of Hydrogen as found naturally. It is called H2 because in one molecule of Hydrogen there are Two atoms of hydrogen bonded together.
Well with any element when two atoms are put together they are known as a molecule of that element. So one atom of hydrogen is known as one atom of hydrogen and two atoms of hydrogen is known as one molecule of hydrogen.
The water molecule is a compound of hydrogen and oxygen sort of fused together.
Non polar bond between the two hydrogen atoms.
A molecule of hydrogen is two atoms of hydrogen bonded together so that they share their single electrons, making them act as if they had a full s1 orbital in both atoms.
because it is 2 molecule of hydrogen bonded with a molecule of oxygen together giving water.
hydrogen bonds. The other bonds are covalent bonds.