Asked Sep 15, 2019

In weak chemical bonds, an example of it is Hydrogen bonds. What does it mean when they say, "The H atom forms one covalent bond and a second weaker bond"?


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Hydrogen bond: hydrogen bond is an attraction between two atoms that already participate in other chemical bonds. One of the atoms is hydrogen, while the other may be any electronegative atom, such as oxygen, chlorine, or fluorine...

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