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How do you identify when a compound is a Hydrogen bond, Dipole-Dipole, or London dispersion force?

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    London force is present in every molecule bond. Hydrogen bond - a hydrogen will be present and it will be bonded with an oxygen, nitrogen or fluorine with a pair of unbonded electron pair. Dipole dipole is determined by the polarity of the molecule

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