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Sep 6, 2016

Answer:

No, it is called dipole-dipole interaction, which is a weaker type of hydrogen bond.

Explanation:

Hydrogen bond occur only between hydrogen atoms and molecules possessing nitrogen, oxygen and fluorine.

Example,
H-bond between water molecules #H_2O#.
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H-bond between ammonia molecules #NH_3# and water molecules #H_2O#.
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H-bond between hydrofluoric acid #HF#.
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The interaction between hydrochloric acid molecules #HCl# is called dipole-dipole interaction, which is a weaker type of hydrogen bond.
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