will they hydrogen in CH2Cl2, H2SO4, H3COCH3, and H2NCH2COOH bond with molecules of water?
- John WLv 79 years agoFavorite Answer
It bonds to form H3O+ ion with acids, H2SO4,and H2NCH2COOH
You should recognize sulphuric acid, and that organic acids contain the COOH groupSource(s): Teacher
- BIILv 79 years ago
X-Hδ+....δ- Y Hydrogen bonding only occurs when BOTH X and Y are the electronegative elements N,O and F; the last is limited because of the limited F bonding. X and Y can be the same atom. If we consider the H in the molecules concerned then Y = O of H2O.
CH2Cl2 C-H only so no H bonding
H2SO4 in water is mainly H3O^+ and [SO4]^2- but there is a small amount of [HSO4]^- that can H bond with water: S-O-Hδ+....δ-OH2
H3COCH3 C-H only so no H bonding
H2NCH2COOH [ignore Zwitterion] weak acid RC(O)-O-Hδ+....δ-OH2 and weak base N-Hδ+....δ-OH2
that can H bond with water.
- QuintessentialLv 59 years ago
A hydrogen bond is the attractive interaction of a hydrogen atom with an electronegative atom, such as nitrogen, oxygen or fluorine, that comes from another molecule or chemical group. The hydrogen must be covalently bonded to another electronegative atom to create the bond. These bonds can occur between molecules (intermolecularly), or within different parts of a single molecule
for them ti bond it must be soluble in water ......... so the last 2 will bond