Interactions | Reactions | Processes


Classified as: Hydrogen Bond Complexation

Hydrogen bonding occurs when a proton is attracted to, and held between, a pair Lewis bases.

The small low mass H+ ion quantum tunnels between the two bases generating a time averaged three centre bonded state.

For more information look in the Chemogenesis webbook sections on Lewis acids and Lewis bases and the Lewis acid/base interaction matrix.


HF
  +  
         

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CH3OH
  +  
         

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CH3COOH
  +  
CH3COOH
         

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CH3CONH2
  +  
         

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CF4
  +  
H2O
         

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NH3
  +  
H2O
         

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2
CH3OH
         

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H2O
  +  
H2O
         

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HF
  +  
F
         
[FHF]

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HF
  +  
HF
         

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HCl
  +  
NH3
         

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H2O
  +  
         

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  +  
         

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Cytosine
C
  +  
Guanine
G
         
C≡G

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Thymine
T
  +  
Adenine
A
         
T=A

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[H3O]+
  +  
H2O
         

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[H3O]+
  +  
3
H2O
         

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KF
  +  
HF
         
K[HF2]

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6
HF
         
(HF)6

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