Problem: Hydrogen bonding is a special case of _______. a) London-dispersion forcesb) Ion-dipole attractionc) Dipole-dipole attractionsd) None of thesee) Ion-ion interactions

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For this problem, we have to analyze how H-bonding works and determine which IMF does it belong

Hydrogen bond is a special temporary bond between an electronegative atom and H atom connected to F, O or N.

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Hydrogen bonding is a special case of _______. 

a) London-dispersion forces

b) Ion-dipole attraction

c) Dipole-dipole attractions

d) None of these

e) Ion-ion interactions

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