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show the hydrogen bonding between two molecules of ethanol (C6H6O) . .??

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    We can't draw structures on this forum. The O of the OH bond on C2H5OH of one molecule is attracted (draw a dashed bond to show it isn't as strong as a regular bond) to the H atom of the OH portion of a neighboring molecule of C2H5OH.

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