Abond based on intermolecular forces between hydrogen and fluorine, nitrogen, or oxygen is a
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atomic mass = 39
number of neutrons = 20
number of protons= 19
electronic configuration = 1s2 2s2 2p6 3s2 3p6 4s1
the number of electron in first shell = 2
number of electrons in n=3 shell = 8
Be careful with covalent bonds! The force within a molecule between hydrogen and fluorine, nitrogen, or oxygen may be a covalent bond, but the problem said "inter molecular forces," in which a covalent bond is not a type of force.
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A bond based on intermolecular forces between hydrogen and fluorine nitrogen or oxygen is a - Covalent Bond
Hydrogen Bond is the bond based on intermolecular forces between H and F O and N
bcde is the incorrect answer it is a
Hydrogen bond is your answer. Be careful with covalent bonds! The force within a molecule between hydrogen and fluorine, nitrogen, or oxygen may be a covalent bond, but the problem said "intermolecular forces," in which a covalent bond is not a type of force.
The answer is a hydrogen bond.
Hydrogen bonding is The strongest intermolecular force.
Hydrogen bonding can only happen when hydrogen is covalently bonded to fluorine, nitrogen and oxygen. Hydrogen has a high charge density because it's so small and fluorine, nitrogen and oxygen are very electronegative. The bond is so polarized that the hydrogen of one molecule forms a weak bond the fluorine, nitrogen or oxygen of another molecule