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The three atoms in a water molecule are held together by oxygen bonds, covalent bond, surface tension, hydrogen bonds,
or gravity.
I think it's covalent bonds. Am I right?

Water molecules, even inflowing water, can link together by hydrogen bonds, covalent bonds, ionic bonds, super glue, or none of the above.
I think it's hydrogen bonds. Am I right? Thank you

The bonds between hydrogen and oxygen in H2O are covalent bonds.

The bonds between hydrogen and the oxygens of other H2O molecules are hydrogen bonds.

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