# Question Solved1 AnswerImagine that the oxygen and hydrogen atoms in water molecules formed non-polar covalent bonds, instead of polar covalent bonds. If this were the case, would molecules with an $$\mathrm{OH}$$ like methanol be able to form hydrogen bonds with the oxygen or hydrogen atoms in the water? (Choose the best answer) Yes they would be able to form hydrogen bonds Imagine that the oxygen and hydrogen atoms in water molecules formed non-polar covalent bonds, instead of polar covalent bonds. If this were the case, would molecules with an $$\mathrm{OH}$$ like methanol be able to form hydrogen bonds with the oxygen or hydrogen atoms in the water? (Choose the best answer) Yes they would be able to form hydrogen bonds because of the charge on the $$\mathrm{OH}$$ atoms Yes they would be able to form hydrogen bonds because they form covalent bonds Yes they would be able to form hydrogen bonds because there is still hydrogen No they wouldn't be able to form hydrogen bonds because of the lack of charge on the $$\mathrm{OH}$$ atoms No they wouldn't be able to form hydrogen bonds because no atoms are fully charged Given the substances below, which substance(s) might be polar: Ammonia: Oxygen gas: Methane: Ammonia Oxygen gas Methane Which of the following describes the properties of the circled region? Select all that apply. Triglyceride (Triacylglycerol) Polar Non-polar Hydrophobic Hydrophilic When a molecule is put in water, it will change shape so that the parts of the molecule that are attracted to the water will be on the exterior, and the parts that are repelled will be in the interior. The relevant parts of this molecule are shown below (the other parts are represented by a black line). Two models of a polypeptide are shown below. How will this molecule be shaped when put in water? A B Neither A nor B Below is a structure of an amino acid. Select all functional groups present: The following two amino acids are on different proteins. They interact with each other using the side chains, which are boxed in red. What is most likely way these two amino acid side chains interact? Covalent bond Hydrogen bond Hydrophobic attraction lonic bond Repulsion

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Transcribed Image Text: Imagine that the oxygen and hydrogen atoms in water molecules formed non-polar covalent bonds, instead of polar covalent bonds. If this were the case, would molecules with an $$\mathrm{OH}$$ like methanol be able to form hydrogen bonds with the oxygen or hydrogen atoms in the water? (Choose the best answer) Yes they would be able to form hydrogen bonds because of the charge on the $$\mathrm{OH}$$ atoms Yes they would be able to form hydrogen bonds because they form covalent bonds Yes they would be able to form hydrogen bonds because there is still hydrogen No they wouldn't be able to form hydrogen bonds because of the lack of charge on the $$\mathrm{OH}$$ atoms No they wouldn't be able to form hydrogen bonds because no atoms are fully charged Given the substances below, which substance(s) might be polar: Ammonia: Oxygen gas: Methane: Ammonia Oxygen gas Methane Which of the following describes the properties of the circled region? Select all that apply. Triglyceride (Triacylglycerol) Polar Non-polar Hydrophobic Hydrophilic When a molecule is put in water, it will change shape so that the parts of the molecule that are attracted to the water will be on the exterior, and the parts that are repelled will be in the interior. The relevant parts of this molecule are shown below (the other parts are represented by a black line). Two models of a polypeptide are shown below. How will this molecule be shaped when put in water? A B Neither A nor B Below is a structure of an amino acid. Select all functional groups present: The following two amino acids are on different proteins. They interact with each other using the side chains, which are boxed in red. What is most likely way these two amino acid side chains interact? Covalent bond Hydrogen bond Hydrophobic attraction lonic bond Repulsion
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Transcribed Image Text: Imagine that the oxygen and hydrogen atoms in water molecules formed non-polar covalent bonds, instead of polar covalent bonds. If this were the case, would molecules with an $$\mathrm{OH}$$ like methanol be able to form hydrogen bonds with the oxygen or hydrogen atoms in the water? (Choose the best answer) Yes they would be able to form hydrogen bonds because of the charge on the $$\mathrm{OH}$$ atoms Yes they would be able to form hydrogen bonds because they form covalent bonds Yes they would be able to form hydrogen bonds because there is still hydrogen No they wouldn't be able to form hydrogen bonds because of the lack of charge on the $$\mathrm{OH}$$ atoms No they wouldn't be able to form hydrogen bonds because no atoms are fully charged Given the substances below, which substance(s) might be polar: Ammonia: Oxygen gas: Methane: Ammonia Oxygen gas Methane Which of the following describes the properties of the circled region? Select all that apply. Triglyceride (Triacylglycerol) Polar Non-polar Hydrophobic Hydrophilic When a molecule is put in water, it will change shape so that the parts of the molecule that are attracted to the water will be on the exterior, and the parts that are repelled will be in the interior. The relevant parts of this molecule are shown below (the other parts are represented by a black line). Two models of a polypeptide are shown below. How will this molecule be shaped when put in water? A B Neither A nor B Below is a structure of an amino acid. Select all functional groups present: The following two amino acids are on different proteins. They interact with each other using the side chains, which are boxed in red. What is most likely way these two amino acid side chains interact? Covalent bond Hydrogen bond Hydrophobic attraction lonic bond Repulsion