A partial negative charge.
no charge on water molecule because water is compound and compound has no charge. atom has charge.
No. Water is a molecular compound. It is a polar molecule, in which the oxygen end of the molecule has a partial negative charge and the hydrogen end of the molecule has a partial positive charge. Despite the partial charges, water is not an ion.
the charge of a DNA molecule depends on its type. If its a somatic is negative
The water molecule is neutral.
The oxygen end of a water molecule has a partial negative charge. The hydrogen atoms have a partial positive charge.
According to one physicist I know, most of the time the overall charge of a molecule of water is neutral.
The water is a neutral substance but the molecule is polar.
The overall charge is zero.
It makes the molecule polar
it makes the molecule polar
The hydrogen atoms in a water molecule have a partial positive charge, while the oxygen atom has a partial negative charge.
The hydrogen side of a water molecule has a slight positive charge.
The water molecule breaks into two ions of opposite charge
Usually neutral. However, also note that water has an electric dipole, i.e., the molecule has a positive and a negative side.
there has to be a negative charge in the molecule as there is a positive charge. there is a negative charge and when it and a positive charge gets together it forms something that makes the charge neutral
The oxygen end of a water molecule has a partial negative charge, and the hydrogen atoms have a partial positive charge.
The oxygen end of the water molecule has a partial negative charge.
In H2O molecule, one H has +1 charge and O has -2 charge
When water molecules are attracted to other water molecules, this is called COHESION. This is because the oxygen end of water has a negative charge and the hydrogen end has a positive charge. The hydrogens of one water molecule are attracted to the oxygen from the other water molecules. This is what causes Cohesion. :)
A partial negative charge forms at the oxygen end of the water molecule, and a partial positive charge forms at the hydrogen ends.
hydrogen has a positive charge and oxygen has a negative charge.
If it can be dissolved in water, it will have a charge because it will form freely moving ions, so basically, all molecules that are soluble in water will form freely moving ions, which are charged
nonpolar, with a symmetrical distribution of charge
A water molecule is polar with charge concentrated around the oxygen atom. Water is a polar molecule, having a pair of equal and opposite charges. But does hydrogen itself have any charge?