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Why is a hydrogen-hydrogen bond not an ionic bond or has some dipole movement.Why doesn't one hydrogen act as a metal and another one as a halogen.



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H-h bond is the weakest bond compare to other  3 
it has some dipole movement as it is forming between two different compound and as dipole movement is vector quantity so and their resultant is not zero
hydrogen has same characterstick with halogen and first group as it but it fits with alkali metal
as hydrogen can not lose electron due to small size...
much repulsive force  
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