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Published on May 25, 2010
A chemistry extra credit assignment
Explanation on how it works: one atom of Oxygen has 6 valence electrons and needs 8 to have a neutral bond so it combines with two hydrogen atoms (having one valence electron each) to complete the bond. On an unrelated not because of its shape it has a negative and positive end, making it polar. (all information is from what I learned in my chemistry class)