Which of the following compounds could form a hydrogen bond with another molecule of the same compound?
4) CH3OCH 3
- pisgahchemistLv 71 year agoFavorite Answer
Hydrogen bonding ....
A hydrogen bond is a weakly covalent bond between the hydrogen of one molecule where it is bonded to N, O or F, and the N, O, or F of an adjacent molecule. The hydrogen serves as a bridge between two molecules.
The answer to your question is ammonia and methanol.
NH3 exhibits hydrogen bonding with other NH3 molecules
H2C=O does not hydrogen bond with itself, but the oxygen can be a hydrogen bond receptor
CCl4 cannot be involved in hydrogen bonding (*)
H3C−O−CH3 does not hydrogen bond with itself, but the oxygen can be a hydrogen bond receptor
CH3OH exhibits hydrogen bonding with other methanol molecules
- Anonymous10 months ago
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