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Type: Multiple-Choice
Category: Molecules and Compounds
Level: Grade 11
Tags: intermolecular forces
Author: teachchemistry
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Grade 11 Molecules and Compounds

What makes hydrogen bonding between water molecules, ammonia molecules, or molecule of hydrogen fluoride so strong?
  1. There is an attraction between a small, weakly electronegative hydrogen atom and a large, strongly electronegative atom of fluorine, nitrogen, or oxygen.
  2. There is an attraction between a small, highly electronegative hydrogen atom and a large, highly electronegative fluorine atom.
  3. There is an attraction between the hydrogen and oxygen atoms, only.
  4. There is an attraction between the hydrogen and nitrogen atoms, only.
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