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Molecules and Models: The Molecular Structures of Main Group Element Compounds
     

Molecules and Models: The Molecular Structures of Main Group Element Compounds

by Arne Haaland
 

ISBN-10: 019923535X

ISBN-13: 9780199235353

Pub. Date: 05/07/2008

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

This book provides a systematic description of the molecular structures and bonding in simple compounds of the main group elements with particular emphasis on bond distances, bond energies and coordination geometries. The description includes the structures of hydrogen, halogen and methyl derivatives of the elements in each group, some of these molecules are ionic,

Overview

This book provides a systematic description of the molecular structures and bonding in simple compounds of the main group elements with particular emphasis on bond distances, bond energies and coordination geometries. The description includes the structures of hydrogen, halogen and methyl derivatives of the elements in each group, some of these molecules are ionic, some polar covalent. The survey of molecules whose structures conform to well-established trends is followed by representative examples of molecules that do not conform. It also describes electron donor-acceptor and hydrogen bonded complexes.

Chemists use models to systematize our knowledge, to memorize information and to predict the structures of compounds that have not yet been studied. The book provides a lucid discussion of a number of models such as the Lewis electron-pair bond and the VSEPR models, the spherical and polarizable ion models, and molecular orbital calculations, and it outlines the successes and failures of each.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780199235353
Publisher:
Oxford University Press, USA
Publication date:
05/07/2008
Pages:
304
Product dimensions:
9.80(w) x 6.70(h) x 0.90(d)

Table of Contents

1. Atomic properties: one-electron atoms
2. Atomic properties: two-electron atoms
3. Atoms with more than two electrons: atomic properties and periodic trends
4. Homonuclear diatomic molecules
5. Gaseous alkali metal halides: ionic compounds
6. Other heteronuclear diatomic molecules: polar covalent bonds
7. Lewis' "cubical atom" model. Molecular orbital calculations on the one-electron molecule H2+ and the two-electron molecule H2
8. Molecular orbital calculations on heteronuclear diatomic molecules, hybridization, and estimation of net atomic charges from calculated electron densities
9. Homonuclear diatomic species of the Second Period elements from Li2 to Ne2
10. Structure and bonding in the gaseous dihalides and dialkyls of the Group 2 and Group 12 metals
11. Structure and bonding in the gaseous monochlorides, trichlorides and trimethyl derivatives of the Group 13 elements
12. Electron defficient molecules: three-centre, two-electron bonds
13. Structure and bonding in simple compounds of the Group 14 elements
14. Structure and bonding in some simple hydrocarbons and in ethane and ethene analogous of the heavier Group 14 elements
15. Structure and bonding in simple compounds of the Group 15 elements
16. Electron donor-acceptor complexes
17. Structure and bonding in simple compounds of the Group 16 elements
18. Structure and bonding in simple compounds of the Group 17 elements.
19. Structure and bonding in simple compounds of the noble gases
20. Structure and bonding in oxides and oxoacids of carbon, sulfur, nitrogen, phosphorus and chlorine

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