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Out of the bonds, hydrogen is the strongest, and London (or dipole-induced dipole) forces are the weakest. When the hydrogen atom binds to an extremely electronegative atom (N, O, or F), it's only electron is pulled in very close, reducing the atomic radius and therefore forming a very stable bond.
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