The Nature of the Chemical Bond and the Structure of Molecules and Crystals: An Introduction to Modern Structural Chemistry

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Cornell University Press, 1960 - Science - 644 pages
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Thorough discussion of the various types of bonds, their relative natures, and the structure of molecules and crystals.
 

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This was an excellent back when it was printed, and Linus Pauling actually won a Nobel Prize in Chemistry for the sorts of things discussed within this book. However, most of the material this book ... Read full review

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This book is one of the Masterpiece in Chemistry.
You simply can not rate this book in stars values. It is one of the EPIC in Chemistry.
I should say it is a bible or Bhagavad-Gita for chemists,

Contents

CHAPTER
3
The Electronic Structure of Atoms and the Formal Rules
28
CHAPTER 3
65
CHAPTER 4
108
CHAPTER 5
145
CHAPTER 6
183
CHAPTER 7
221
CHAPTER 8
265
CHAPTER 12
449
CHAPTER 13
505
CHAPTER 14
563
Values of Physical Constants
573
Molecular Spectroscopy
594
The Boltzmann Distribution Law
602
The Magnetic Properties of Substances
611
The Strengths of the Hydrohalogenic Acids
618

The OneElectron Bond and the ThreeElectron Bond
340
CHAPTER 11
393

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