What is the shape of the water molecule H2O?

Answer

A water molecule H-O-H is held together by polar covalent bonds. The oxygen side the water molecule has a partial negative charge, while the hydrogen side has a partial positive charge and this allows water to form hydrogen bonds between water molecules. The water molecule H2O has a bent shape.
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all molecules of any kind, are circular, including water molecules H2O. . . .. . you are very welcome :)
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The hydrogen bonds in water cause it to be cohesive; water
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at critical points. silver. polar covalent. directly proportional. it increases.
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There are approximately 18,245,900,000,000,000 H20 molecules in one micrograms of water. That's a lot!
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