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==Coordination chemistry==
[[File:DihydrogenBondingIrCmpx.png|thumb|140 px|Dihydrogen bonding exists between the hydroxypyridine and a hydride ligand in this iridium complex.]] Protonation of transition metal hydride complexes is generally thought to occur via dihydrogen bonding.<ref>Natalia V. Belkova, Elena S. Shubina, and Lina M. Epstein "Diverse World of Unconventional Hydrogen Bonds" <i>Acc. Chem. Res.</i>, 2005, vol. 38, pp 624–631{{DOI|10.1021/ar040006j}}</ref> This kind of H&minus;H interaction is distinct from the H&minus;H bonding interaction in [[transition metal]] complexes having dihydrogen bound to a metal.<ref>{{Cite book
| edition = 1
| publisher = Springer
| title = Metal Dihydrogen and -Bond Complexes - Structure, Theory, and Reactivity
| date = 2001-08-31
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}}</ref> Another so-called [[hydrogen hydrogen bond]] is postulated to exist in certain compounds between two neutral non-bonding hydrogen atoms. All of the types of dihydrogen bonds have been found in molecular aggregations.<ref>Bakhmutov, Vladimir. I. Dihydrogen bonds: Principles, Experiments and Applications; John Wiley & Sons, Inc.: Hoboken, NJ, 2008. ISBN 9780470180969</ref>
 
Other so-called [[hydrogen hydrogen bond]] interactions have been shown to exist in certain compounds between two neutral non-bonding hydrogen atoms.
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| first = Lixu
|author2=Thomas A. Hubbard |author3=Scott L. Cockroft
| title = Can non-polar hydrogen atoms accept hydrogen bonds?
| journal = Chem. Commun.
| date = 2014
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}}</ref> Another so-called [[hydrogen hydrogen bond]] is postulated to exist in certain compounds between two neutral non-bonding hydrogen atoms. All of the types ofMany dihydrogen bonds have been foundidentified in molecular aggregationsaggregates.<ref>Bakhmutov, Vladimir. I. Dihydrogen bonds: Principles, Experiments and Applications; John Wiley & Sons, Inc.: Hoboken, NJ, 2008. ISBN 9780470180969</ref>
 
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