Fluorine. Ionization energies are a periodic trend and they generally increase as you go up and to the right in the Periodic Table.
See the chart in the Web Links to the left for a complete chart of the ionization energies of all the elements.
hydrogen and fluorine
Fluorine and hydrogen
the hydrogen bonding is possible in oxygen, nitrogen,and fluorine
hydrogen, nitrogen, fluorine
Nitrogen, Oxygen and Fluorine
Yes, Hydrogen bonding is a hydrogen bonded to any Fluorine, Nitrogen or Oxygen.
Carbon to fluorine.
Any chemical with bonds with hydrogen connecting to nitrogen, oxygen, and fluorine.
The bonds are hydrogen bonds.
There are a few types of hydrogen bonds. Fluorine, oxygen, and nitrogen are the elements that typically form bonds with hydrogen.