Electrons and Chemical Bonding
by Harry B. Gray
Publisher: W. A. Benjamin, Inc. 1965
Number of pages: 232
An introduction to the modern theories of chemical bonding for the undergraduate student in chemistry. The book starts with a discussion of atomic structure and proceeds to the principal subject of chemical bonding. Each chapter in the bonding discussion is devoted to an important family of molecules: diatomic, linear triatomic, trigona1 planar, tetrahedral, trigonal pyramidal, and angular triatomic molecules.
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