The Nature of the Chemical Bond and the Structure of Molecules and Crystals: An Introduction to Modern Structural Chemistry
Thorough discussion of the various types of bonds, their relative natures, and the structure of molecules and crystals.
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The Electronic Structure of Atoms and the Formal Rules
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3d orbitals acid Acta Cryst angular momentum anion benzene Bohr Bohr magnetons bond angle bond energy bond length bond number bond orbitals boron boron atoms calculated carbon atom carbon-carbon cation charge Chem chemical chloride closest packing complex compounds configuration constant contribution corresponding covalent bonds crystal cubic difference discussion double double-bond double-bond character electron pairs electronegativity electronic structure elements equation expected experimental values fluorine hexagonal hydrogen atom hydrogen bonds ibid interaction interatomic distances involving ionic structure iron atom kcal/mole Krist layers ligancy magnetic magnetic moment methyl molecule nickel nitrogen atom normal nucleus octahedral oxygen oxygen atom partial ionic character Pauling percent Phys planar Proc properties quantum mechanics quantum number radii radius ratio represented resonance energy shell shown in Figure similar single bonds spin stable struc substances sulfur tetrahedral theory tion unshared electron unshared pair valence electrons valence-bond structures wave function x-ray