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H-bonding is a type of intermolecular force and is the strongest intermolecular force out of D-D and LDF, therefore when a molecule is present in water(ie. intermolecular forces are between two molecules), it is the hardest to break, and therefore has a higher boiling point. Hope this helps!
Building off of what was said above, hydrogen bonds are stronger than dipole-dipole, dipole-induced dipole, and dispersion forces so it will require more energy to break a hydrogen bond. If more energy is required to break a bond it will have a higher boiling and melting point.
Hydrogen bonds are the strongest intermolecular force. This means that the molecules are more tightly held together and require more energy to break the bond between them. This results in a higher boiling point.
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