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Pete r Sc h U Ste r University of Vienna I. Emergence of the "Hydrogen Bond"
Concept II. Hydrogen Bonds and In'ermolecular Forces III. Classification of
Hydrogen Bonds IV. Hydrogen Bonds in the Vapor Phase V. Nonadditive
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Hydrogen bonding is not restricted to a particular state of aggregation. It occurs in
the vapor phase, in the liquid, and in the solid state. Hydrogen bonds in
condensed matter can form chains and complicated three-dimensional networks.
Charge transfer in complexes with ordinary hydrogen bonds is very small. This
can be derived from the most accurate quantum mechanical calculations for
these complexes as well as from estimates of Afi by means of semiclassical
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