What covalent bonds are in sulfamic acid and water?
Water has two O-H single bonds. Sulfamic acid has three N-H single bonds, one N-S single bond, one S-O single bond, and two S=O double bonds.
You often see the structure of sulfamic acid written as
The NH₂ part of the molecule is like NH₃. It is a base.
The SO₂OH part of the molecule like sulfuric acid HOSO₂OH. It is an acid.
The acid and base parts of the compound neutralize each other. Sulfamic acid exists as a "zwitterion" or double ion:
This structure has 3 N-H single bonds, an N-S single bond, an S-O single bond, and two S=O double bonds.
The Lewis structure of water is
Water has two O-H single bonds.