yes it does because it is bonded to oxygen
Hydrogen bonds with hydrogen bond acceptor atoms such as Oxygen. Covalent bonds with nearly anything.
Hydrogen bonds are not the weakest bonds.
There are a few types of hydrogen bonds. Fluorine, oxygen, and nitrogen are the elements that typically form bonds with hydrogen.
What part of phospholipids form hydrogen bonds with
A hydrogen acceptors for hydrogen bonds is nitrogen.
It is the hydrogen wich bonds between AT and GC the difference is in the number AT have 2 hydrogen bonds GC have 3 hydrogen bonds
There are no hydrogen bonds in HF.
It is not covalent, because it is the strongest type. The Correct answer is van der Waals.
yes it can when it dissolves in water in forms hydrogen bonds in fact its the one that has the most hydrogen bonds
Hydrogen bonds are betweem molecules and are weak forces.
Strong hydrogen bonds.
hydrogen bonds hold DNA together
Silicon has 4 bonds with hydrogen