(Polar molecules, Non-polar molecules, etc.)
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Because Hydrogen bonding is between a hydrogen atom (which is partially positive) and either a fluoride, oxygen, or nitrogen atom (which are partially negative) and the difference in electronegativity is more significant than most dipole-dipole interactions, a hydrogen bonds are typically stronger than most dipole-dipole interactions due to the high polarity of the bond(s).
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