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Yes, hydrogen bonds only form with N O F as those atoms often have very high electronegativity as well as often have lone pairs. The large electronegativity allows the positively charged H to interact with it in a slight bond.
Hydrogen bonds only form between N, O, and F due to its high electronegativity. The high electronegativity results in an increased negative charge in those atoms which heavily attracts H atoms in adjacent molecules.
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