A bond based on intermolecular forces between hydr…

asked May 19 in Physics by calcs8a9retoryLoo
A bond based on intermolecular forces between hydrogen and fluorine, nitrogen, or oxygen is a _____.
covalent bond
ionic bond
hydrogen bond

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answered May 19 by anonymous
Hydrogen bond is your answer. Be careful with covalent bonds! The force within a molecule between hydrogen and fluorine, nitrogen, or oxygen may be a covalent bond, but the problem said "intermolecular forces," in which a covalent bond is not a type of force.

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