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How many hydrogen bonded water molecules are present?

The maximum number of hydrogen bonds formed by a water molecule in ice is four (4).

Each water molecule can form two hydrogen bonds involving their hydrogen atoms and two further hydrogen bonds formed by the hydrogen atoms attached to adjacent water molecules. These four hydrogen bonds optimally arrange themselves tetrahedrally around each water molecule as found in ordinary ice.

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