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If a molecule, like NH3 for example, has a hydrogen bonded to an electronegative element does this mean there is hydrogen bonding? or does this hydrogen then have to be bonded to another electronegative atom in order for it to be a hydrogen bond?
Hydrogen bonding occurs between molecules with an N-H, O-H, or F-H bond, and doesn't occur within the molecule with this bond. The hydrogen bond forms between the hydrogen of one of these molecules and the electronegative atom of another molecule.
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