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21 April, 09:19

What is the maximum number of hydrogen bonds that can be formed in a sample containing 1.0 mol (NÅ molecules) liquid HF? Compare with the maximum number that can form in 1.0 mol liquid water.

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  1. 21 April, 10:40
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    In one mole of liquid HF, no of molecules is 6.02 x 10²³.

    Each molecule forms two hydrogen bonds on an average so no of hydrogen bonds per mol ih HF is

    2 x 6.02 x 10²³.

    = 12.04 x 10²³.

    In water no of hydrogen bonds per molecule of water is 4. So in one mole of water no of hydrogen bonds is

    4 x 6.02 x 10²³.

    = 24.08 x 10²³.
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