Which of the following descriptions correctly characterize the relation between hydrogen bonding and covalent bonding?
Hydrogen bonding is generally weaker than covalent bonding.
Hydrogen bonding is a type of covalent bonding
Hydrogen bonding is intermolecular force whereas covalent bonding is intramolecular force.
Covalent bonding is a type of Hydrogen bonding.
Hydrogen bonding and covalent bonding are completely different, because the first one is intermolecular force while the second one is intramolecular force. As a result, covalent bonding is generally stronger than hydrogen bonding.