A hydrogen bond is a type of chemical bond. A hydrogen atom bonds with either a nitrogen, fluorine, or oxygen atom to make a weak bond.
oxygen is the second highly electronagetivity elements. they make the bond easily then the clorine.....
As fluorine, oxygen and nitrogen do, the bond polarity in a -H-Cl bond is not adequate to form hydrogen bonds.
Oxygen and hydrogen atoms are the only atoms that can make hydrogen bonds
One covalent bond is between iodine and hydrogen.
2 hydrogen bond and 1 oxygen bond H2O
In terms of gaining, loosing or sharing of electrons Hydrogen cannot make more than one bond but it also makes a bond with hydrogen in some compounds which is a weak interaction between the two atoms known as Hydrogen bonding.
No, because hydrogen has only 1 valemce electron.
An H-bond, or known as hydrogen bond. Hydrogen bonds are attractive bonds, very strong but easy to break. Think of it as someone who has a girlfriend(a strong bond, connected) but is attracted to other girls. A hydrogen bond is not as strong as a covalent or ionic bond(a strong bond).
yes. ammonia is NH3....where nitrogen makes three bonds with hydrogen! so it does make a hydroen boNd! ~5~
It is sodium oxygen hydrogen and ionic bond
Yes. Hydrogen can bond with the alkali metals to form a metal hydride. But these compounds tend to be reactive and unstable.
It depends completely upon which compound it is. Some have more Hydrogen bonds than others, and hydrogen can only bond to certain elements, such as Nitrogen and Oxygen, to make a hydrogen bond.
Not all the time; sometimes in compounds such as HCL there is an strong ionic bond but in compounds like CH4 Hydrogen doesn't make an ionic bond but a covalent bond.
Sodium chloride has an ionic bond.
The hydrogen atoms are positioned to far apart by their connection to the oxygen atom for a hydrogen bond to form. In addition, the hydrogen's electron is involved in bonding to the oxygen and so is not available to make another bond.
ionic bond covalent bond coordinate covalent bond Hydrogen bond
because hydrogen is make only one covalent bond
This bond is covalent.
The oxygen and hydrogen atoms achieve a noble gas configuration when they form a chemical bond, resulting in a stable arrangement of electrons.
A hydrogen atom can make ionic bonds both by losing or gaining electrons and can make covalent bond by sharing the electrons
nitrogen hydrogen and carbon
It is not a polar compound.It cannot make H bonds
Hi ^ ^ ^ hi isn't a real answer. Hydrogen Bonds and triple bonds are really two different types of molecular bonds. A Hydrogen bond is a bond where Hydrogen is bonded with either Nitrogen, Oxygen or Florine. It is one of the strongest intermolecular forces. A triple bond is formed depending of the electron configuration of a an element or compound and depending on that make up depends how two atoms would combine. so, you can technically have a triple bond that is also a hydrogen bond. But a hydrogen bond is, usually, stronger