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Homework Help: Hydrogen Bonding

Posted by ChEm on Monday, May 3, 2010 at 1:32am.

The longer the hydrogen bond, do the Intermolecular Forces increase or decrease.
So if molecule A has a H-bond with a length of 1.7 A and molecule B has a H-bond length of 1.8 A would molecule A or molecule B have a stronger IMF?

It would seem that the longer the bond length the weaker the IMF because it is less compact, but I'm not really sure if my thinking is correct.
Thank you! =)

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