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In every mole of water, there are two hydrogens, two atoms that are bound to an oxygen atom. For every mole of water there are 1.0×1023 molecules that contain 2 hydrogen atoms, giving us 1 mol = 6.0×1023 molecules making up 1 mole = 18 grams of H2O.
What is the Structure of a Molecule of Water?
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The Structure of a Molecular Formula:
A hydrogen atom is bonded to one oxygen atom. This single bond has a double bond between neighboring oxygen atoms. This leads to an astoundingly stable arrangement where all five hydrogens and the two oxygens are in different locations.
The Molecular Formula of Water: H2O
How Does Hydrogen Create Its Density to Make it a Liquid?
Hydrogen is a gas at room temperature, but it can also become a liquid when cooled. The molecules in liquid hydrogen get close enough to each other so that they’re able to form hydrogen bonds between them.
Hydrogen bonds are weak bonds that are formed by the electrostatic attraction between positively charged protons and electronegative electrons. This attraction causes the hydrogen molecules to group together into objects or clumps. Once they clump together, they begin to attract more molecules, which creates tension in the cluster of molecules, causing them to be pulled closer by the attractive force of their hydrogen bonds until they have no more space between each other.
Hydrogen Compounds and their Dense Levels
Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe and it has been used in many ways. Hydrogen can be found as a gas, a liquid or a solid. There are various types of hydrogen compounds that are related to their molecular weight, make-up, and color. The most common compound is H2O which consists of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom.
Hydrogen has many positive uses like powering fuel cells, nuclear reactors and rockets but it also has some negative ones like explosions in oil refineries or chemistry labs. In general there are three types of hydrogen compounds:
H2O – contains two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom (a molecule).
H2O2 – contains two hydrogen atoms and two oxygen atoms (a molecule).