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Because hydrogen bonding is the strongest form of an intermolecular force which means it will be harder to break that bond by melting or boiling a molecule so the points will be higher
In addition, hydrogen bonds are so strong because of the intermolecular forces between polar molecules. These forces are especially stronger due to the bonds between hydrogen and atoms with high electronegativity (i.e. N, O, and F).
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