Hydrogen bonding is a special case of very strong dipole– dipole interactions possible among only certain atoms. What atoms in addition to hydrogen are necessary for hydrogen bonding? How does the small size of the hydrogen atom contribute to the unusual strength of the dipole–dipole forces involved in hydrogen bonding?
What is hydrogen bonding?
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