Subject: What kind of hydrogen bonding is the strongest?
Date: Tue Dec 7 22:59:17 1999
Posted by Matt
Grade level: undergrad
City: Palm Desert State/Province: CA
Country: No country entered.
Area of science: Chemistry
Curious.. I know hydrogen bonding is 5 x the strength of normal dipole-
dipole bonding, but NOWHERE can I find the strengths of particular
strengths of hydrogen bonds of themselves. Does their strength relative
to their boiling point? Or does it relate to their electronegativity? Or
does it relate to the size of the atom itself? Any help appreciated! With
Re: What kind of hydrogen bonding is the strongest?
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