Hydrogen Bonding including BRIEF mentions to forces between non-metals and application of hydrogen bonding.
Hydrogen bonding can simply be defined as a strong type of intermolecular dipole-dipole attraction in which hydrogen is attracted to nitrogen, oxygen or fluorine. However, this does not take into account the reasons behind the attraction or why dipole-dipole attraction occurs.
Covalent molecular substances do not carry a whole charge since no atoms within the molecule lose or gain electrons unlike with Ionic or Metallic bonding where ions or, in the case of metallic bonding, cations are produced. It is known that in ionic and metallic substances, the ions are held together by the strong at…
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