What charge does a hydrogen molecule have?

Answer Hydrogen has an atomic number of 1. Meaning that it has one negatively charged electron and one positively charged proton. This balance of charges means that hydrogen has a neutral, neither positi... Read More »

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How many electrons does the hydrogen molecule have?

Hydrogen occurs naturally as dihydrogen (H2). Each hydrogen atom contains one electron. In dihydrogen, each hydrogen's electron is "shared" with the other atom (chemists refer to this as a covalent... Read More »

How many hydrogen atoms does an ammonia molecule have?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, ammonia is a colorless, odorless gas with a chemical formula of NH3. This means that an ammonia molecule has three hydrogen atoms.Refere... Read More »

When does hydrogen have a partial negative charge?

Hydrogen bonds that have occurred between two hydrogen atoms having opposite polarity will result in one hydrogen atom taking a partial negative charge. This is called a dihydrogen bond because two... Read More »

Is hydrogen chloride an organic molecule?

Hydrogen chloride is not an organic molecule. Organic compounds, by definition, contain carbon atoms chemically bound to hydrogen atoms. Because hydrogen chloride (HCl) contains no carbon atoms, it... Read More »