Lecture 14 - Molecular Orbital Theory

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Professor Sylvia Ceyer covers the molecular orbital theory, beginning with a discussion of some key topics including bonding orbitals, antibonding orbitals, electron configurations, and bond order. Using a wealth of examples to depict molecular orbitals (MOs) formed by the linear combination of atomic orbitals (LCAO), she concludes with heteronuclear diatomics.

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