Intramolecular Bonding?

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The intramolecular bonds in water are the covalent bonds of hydrogen and oxygen atoms. The intermolecular bonds are van der Waals.
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There is only one type of INTRAmolecular bond involved in water. That is the covalent bonds between the oxygen atom and the two hydrogen atoms.
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Intramolecular are ionic & covalent. There are 3 intermolecular, dispersion, dipole
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intermolecular forces are attractions between molecules such as hydrogen bonds, dipole forces, or london dispersion forces. Intramolecular bonds are chemical bonds, such as ionic
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Intramolecular bonds help hold atoms and compounds together. These are types of chemical bonds. When an atom combines with another atom it forms a compound. ...
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