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Answered 2010-07-09 23:12:32

No, hydrogen bonding occurs in covalent compounds in which hydrogen is bonded to nitrogen, oxygen, or fluorine. These elements will pull electrons towards them getting a partial negative charge and giving hydrogen a partial positive charge.

The actual hydrogen bonding occurs when the partial positive charge on one such molecule is attracted to the partial negative charge on another.

Technically it isn't a type of bond.

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