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Boiling points of simple hydrogencontaining compounds

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Unformatted text preview: between an N, F, or O and a H that is a=ached to an N, F or O Hydrogen Bonding in Water H ­bonding is especially strong in water because •  the O—H bond is very polar •  there are 2 lone pairs on the O atom (can make 4 hydrogen bonds per molecule) Accounts for many of water’s unique proper<es. Boiling Points of Simple HydrogenContaining Compounds 2 9/6/11 Different types of intermolecular forces •  Ionic bonds (ion ­ion force) Forces Involving Induced Dipoles Forma<on of a dipole in two nonpolar I2 molecules. •  Dipole ­dipole force (DD) –  Force between two molecules with permanent dipoles •  Hydrogen bonding (HB) –  Force between an N, F, or O and a H that is a=ached to an N, F or O •  London dispersion forces (LDF) –  Force between temporary or induced dipoles –  Everything has, increases in stren...
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