"Why are ion-dipole forces stronger than hydrogen bonding?"?

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One obvious reason is that hydrogen bonding only involves partial charges while ion-dipole force involves a fully charged ion plus partial charge of the molecule with a dipole. Although H bond is strong (since H is attracted to a highly electronegative atom), ion-dipole is stronger since there is somewhat an electron sharing happening between the ion (full charge) and the dipole.

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