Problem: Which type of solid is held together only by hydrogen bonds?A. molecular crystalB. ionic crystalC. network crystalD. metallic crystalE. several of the above

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Which type of solid is held together only by hydrogen bonds?

A. molecular crystal

B. ionic crystal

C. network crystal

D. metallic crystal

E. several of the above

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