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Hydrogen bonding found in water with also draw diagram

Hydrogen Bonding:
The interaction of a highly electron deferent hydrogen and lone pair on a nearby highly electronegative atom such as N, O or F is culled hydrogen bond. The phenomenon is called hydrogen bonding.

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The interaction of a highly electron deficient hydrogen and lone pair on a nearby highly electronegative atom such as N, O or F is called hydrogen bond. This phenomenon is called hydrogen bonding.
Explanation:

                     Hydrogen bonding is an intermolecular force, Molecules in which hydrogen is covalently bonded to a very electronegative atom such as oxygen, nitrogen or fluorine is also weakly bonded to a lone pair of electron of another electronegative atom. This other atom may occur in the same molecule on in a nearby molecule,  This intermolecular interaction is called hydrogen bonding.
Oxygen, nitrogen or fluorine makes hydrogen very electron-deficient. Thus interaction of such a highly electron deficient hydrogen  and lone pair on a nearby electronegative atom compensates for the deficiency.
Hydrogen bonding in water molecules:
Water (H2O):
Water is a typical polar compound which exhibits hydrogen bonding As show below in.

It is due to hydrogen bonding that water exists in the associated form.
Nature of hydrogen bonding:
hydrogen bonding is intermolecular force. The adhesive action of paints and dyes developed due to hydrogen bonding.

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