(Polar molecules, Non-polar molecules, etc.)
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Okay so I'm confused about hydrogen bonding sites. For example, if a nitrogen was already bonded to a hydrogen but still had a lone pair of electrons, would that nitrogen still be considered a hydrogen bonding site for a new hydrogen bond or would it not since it is already bonded to a hydrogen?
Every lone pair on an electronegative N, O, or F is considered a hydrogen bonding site, so if an N that has a hydrogen bond with a hydrogen still has a lone pair, then that pair is considered a site for hydrogen bonding.
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