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Resonance-assisted hydrogen bond

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Resonance-assisted hydrogen bond
The resonance assisted hydrogen bond (commonly abbreviated as RAHB) is a strong type of hydrogen bond.
Causes
It is caused by the -delocalization that involves the hydrogen and cannot be properly described by the electrostatic
model alone. This description of the hydrogen bond has been proposed to described unusually short distances
generally observed between O=C-OH or O=C-C=C-OH.
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References
[1] http:/ / www. ggilli.com/ files/ 2010_SYNGENTA_STEIN_CH_LECTURE_FUNCTIONAL_H-BOND. ppt
Article Sources and Contributors
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Article Sources and Contributors
Resonance-assisted hydrogen bond Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?oldid=591561412 Contributors: Canadian, Incnis Mrsi, M stone, MrNiceGuy1113
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