A partial negative charge.
The oxygen end of a water molecule has a partial negative charge. The hydrogen atoms have a partial positive charge.
Oxygen is an anion.
The oxygen in the water molecule has small negative charge.
The oxygen in a water molecule doesn't really have a "charge" per se. It is partially negative relative to the hydrogen atoms which are partially positive. The oxidation number of oxygen in water is 2-, however, but this isn't really a "charge".
Oxygen is more electronegative than hydrogen, meaning that in a water molecule the oxygen will carry a partial negative charge and the hydrogens will carry a partial positive charge. This allows the (partially negative) oxygen to bind to the (partially positive) hydrogen of another water molecule.
The oxygen end of the water molecule has a partial negative charge.
hydrogen has a positive charge and oxygen has a negative charge.
The hydrogen atoms in a water molecule have a partial positive charge, while the oxygen atom has a partial negative charge.
Because the oxygen electronegativity is greater than the electronegativity of hydrogen.
The oxygen end of a water molecule has a partial negative charge, and the hydrogen atoms have a partial positive charge.
A polar molecule. The oxygen end has a slight negative charge and the hydrogen end has a slight positive charge. The molecule is neutral in charge though.
A partial negative charge forms at the oxygen end of the water molecule, and a partial positive charge forms at the hydrogen ends.
The oxygen atom in a water molecule has a slight negative 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.
Yes, and the hydrogen has a partial positive charge.
a partially negative charge.
yes it dose have a slight positive charge
oxygen attracts electrons stronger than hydrogen
A water molecule consists of one Oxygen atom and two Hydrogen atoms. There is a surplus of electrons on the Oxygen side of the molecule which leads to a partial negative charge near the the Oxygen atom and a partially positive charge near the Hydrogen atoms.
The water molecule does not have a negative charge. The oxygen end of the molecule has a partial negative charge and the hydrogen end has a partial positive charge. This is because the oxygen atom is more electronegative than the hydrogen atoms, and tends to hold the shared electrons more tightly than the hydrogen atoms.
First there are three sides of a molecule there are 2 hydrogen sides and 1 oxygen side. The oxygen end has a slight negative charge, and the hydrogen end has positive charge. A molecule that has electrically charged areas is a polar molecule. Because water consists of polar water molecules, it is called a polar substance.
It means there is a positive side and a negative side to it. The 2 atoms of Hydrogen in a water molecule bond asymetrically to the oxygen atom. Like this O / \ H H Instead of this way H--O--H The molecule then has a more positive charge on the Hydrogen side of the molecule and a negative charge on the Oxygen side. ( When a molecule is polar, it means that the molecule has been given a charge. In water, H2O, Oxygen has a charge and so does hydrogen. However, because there is such a large difference in electronegativity between the Oxygen and the Hydrogens, then the distribution of electrons within the molecule becomes uneven. This causes one end of the molecule to contain a slightly postive charge and the other end to possess a slightly negavtive charge. ) Hope This WiLL HeLp u !! ))
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?
Because oxygen has a 2- charge and hydrogen has a +1 charge.
No, the oxygen is much more electronegative than the hydrogen atoms. Water is a polar molecule.