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Are there hydgrogen bonds between water molecules in the liquid phase


No, and if there were, the water would just be ice (a solid).


Yes, and they are continually breaking and reforming.


Yes, but they rarely ocuur.


No, otherwise the water molecules would not be able to tumble over one another.

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