Hydrogen bonding - intermolecular and intramolecular

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ATB_roo | 21:03 Wed 02nd Jan 2008 | Science
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What is the difference between intermolecular hydrogen bonding and intramolecular hydrogen bonding?

Apart from the spelling difference of couse - doubt my chemistry teacher would accept that as an answer =P



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Intermolecular hydrogen bonds occur between molecules. eg. between water molecules and between ethanoic acid molecules (the functional group being OH)
Intramolecular hydrogen bonds occur within a particular molecule. eg. DNA

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