I am asking about intermolecular forces, not intra.
I mean why can HF connect to another HF molecule. Like why can one H2
O connect to another H2
O while HCl cannot connect with H-bonds. My books says that HCl can only make London-bonds between eachother and not hydrogenbonds. (London forces/Van der Waalsk forces).
H-F - - - H-F - - - H-F
+ - + - + -
The partial positive charged H make a H-bond to the partial negative charged neighbor F (dotted line)
Apoligize if my question wasnt precise enough.
So the question is, why Cl not make H-bonds. It is very electronegative.
(im from Denmark, so the text may seem weird