Journal or Book Title
Accounts of Chemical Research
Understanding the origins and the fundamental nature of the chemical bond has been a central focus of chemists for decades. A chemical bond that has received considerable attention due to its importance in biological phenomena and in the relations between gas and condensed phases is the hydrogen bond, typically a relatively weak interaction involving an electronegative donor X, a hydrogen, and the electronegative acceptor Y:
American Chemical Society
Gordon, Mark S. and Jensen, Jan H., "Understanding the Hydrogen Bond Using Quantum Chemistry" (1996). Chemistry Publications. 326.