Any help would be great!!
um..where do i start..
can nyone explain y hydrogen doesnt form hydrogen bonds with chlorine, but it does with ammonia?? even though ammonia and chlorine have exactly the same electonegativity values!?!?
what is the origin of the hydrogen bonds in methanol??
And why in some samples of hydrogen fluoride vapour, have moelcules been detected with a relative molecular mass of 100?
And finally, how does waters ability to form 2 hydrogen bonds per molecule, explain the structure of ice?
any input, on any of these would be greatly appreciated, and i would be a much less confused person!!