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1 Dana Stamo ▯ SURVEY OF BIOCHEMISTRY SUMMER SESSION 2017 by DANA STAMO CHAPTER 2 | AQUEOUS CHEMISTRY Molecular Structure of Water Water is polar, two covalent bonds between hydrogen and oxygen and two lone pairs on oxygen, tetrahedral electronically, bent molecularly. This polarity is key to water’s unique properties. It is strongly attracted to neighboring molecules. Water forms hydrogen bonds (see below) which allow for water’s unique properties: ∗▯ Good solvent due to strong dipole. Water forms hydration shells around other