Chemical Bonding

Paperback | March 1, 1994

byMark J. Winter

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This short text is intended for first year undergraduates and introduces some concepts of chemical bonding in a clear, descriptive and essentially non-mathematical fashion. This text will find a place alongside textbooks containing more detailed formal coverage and mathematical descriptions.This book could form the basis of a 8-12 lecture introductory course on chemmcal bonding. The book addresses aspects of atomic orbital structure and uses this to develop a discussion of the bonding in diatomic and polyatomic molecules using Lewis dot structures, hybrid orbital, and molecularorbital methods. The prediction of molecular shape is addresses through the VSEPR method.

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This short text is intended for first year undergraduates and introduces some concepts of chemical bonding in a clear, descriptive and essentially non-mathematical fashion. This text will find a place alongside textbooks containing more detailed formal coverage and mathematical descriptions.This book could form the basis of a 8-12 lec...

Mark J. Winter is at University of Sheffield.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:96 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.2 inPublished:March 1, 1994Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0198556942

ISBN - 13:9780198556947

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1. Atomic structure2. Lewis molecular structures3. Diastomic molecules4. Molecular geometry: VSEPR rules5. Hybrid orbital description of bonding6. The MO approach and polyatomic moleculesReading listIndexPeriodic table

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`succeeds in its aim, of presenting material ... in a logical manner ... The author writes clearly ... Most students will feel comfortable with this concise, well-written book.'D.G. Morris, Chemistry in Britain, January