I have an urgent chemistry/biology question!!!


In biology we were given this homework assignment that is due tomorrow. It says to draw urea and isobutene surround by water. Well, urea has water attached to its hydrogens and oxygens but the water doesn't form hydrogen bonds with isobutene. It just forms a cage around it. So, what I did was draw urea and then I attached water all around with hydrogen bonds. And the same with isobutene, but of course making a cage. I'm not sure if it's right and I can't post a picture because I have a crappy phone..

But I just added a random amount of waters. Do you think that's correct as long as I bonded them correctly?

January 10th, 2014 at 01:10am