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Which of the following best explains how hydrogen bonding affects the heat of vaporization for water?

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    The hydrogen bonds cause water to resist a change in temperature. The number of hydrogen bonds in water increases the amount of H+ ions available. The uneven pull of hydrogen bonds causes water molecules to repel each other. The hydrogen bonds cause water to be highly attracted to other substances.

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