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Hydrogen bonding between molecules occurs between water molecules. These are types of dipole-dipole interactions.

Hydrogen bonds between hydrogens eg H2 are covalent as are the bonds between hydrogen and carbon atoms. Hydrogens have a mid range electronegativity so they tend to form covalent bonding.

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