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Peter Nguyen 2I
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Why is Hydrogen Bonding generally stronger than other intermolecular forces?
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H-bonds have some covalent bond characteristics (in addition to ionic/electrostatic).
Jocelyne Milke 1G
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I think it is stronger than other intermolecular forces but weak when compared to covalent and ionic bonds
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The amount of electronegativity of the hydrogen bond will make it the strongest.
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