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Why, in liquid state, is H2O a London Force and hydrogen bonding. I understand why it is hydrogen bonding (FON) but why is it a London Force? Shouldnt it be hydrogen bonding and dipole-dipole interaction since hydrogen bonding is just a stronger dipole-dipole interaction? 

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