Subject: How is the bond angle measured between two hydrogens in a water molecule?
Date: Wed Sep 22 15:55:16 2004
Posted by David
Grade level: 10-12
City: Clarksville State/Province: Missouri
Area of science: Physics
For Physics or Chemistry: I understand that the bond angle between two hydrogen
atoms in a molecule of water is 104.5 degrees. How was this determined? and Is
there a direct way of measuring this angle? If so, where could I go to find out
about how it is done? Thanks. David
Re: How is the bond angle measured between two hydrogens in a water molecule?
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