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Which of the following pairs of compounds would NOT make a hydrogen bond with each other?

CH3 and H20

H20 and HF

NH4 and HF


all of the following would make hydrogen bonds

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    N, O, and F are the negative ions that make hydrogen bonds. Other atoms are not electronegative enough to do that. Which pair does NOT have N, O, F?

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