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Which elements can take part in hydrogen bonding? (O, N, and F) WHY IS HYDROGEN UNIQUE IN THIS KIND OF INTERACTION?

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Hydrogen bond arises due to induced dipole moment in a molecule, which occur under the presence of electronegative atoms like F,O, or N etc. In such compounds a partial positive charge is present over hydrogen atom and a partial negative charge ...

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