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Hydrogen bond

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Description of Hydrogen bond

Hydrogen bond: strong intermolecular forces produced by the attraction of a hydrogen atom, already covalently bonded to one electronegative atom, to a second electronegative atom of the same molecule or an adjacent molecule; these bonds are found in compounds containing strong electronegative atoms such as fluorine, oxygen, or nitrogen.
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