The Chemical Bond I 100 Years Old and Getting Stronger

The Chemical Bond I 100 Years Old and Getting Stronger
 
Author:
D. Michael P. Mingos
Published in: Springer
Release Year: 2016
ISBN: 978-3-319-33543-8
Pages: 257
Edition: First edition
File Size: 9 MB
File Type: pdf
Language: English



Description of The Chemical Bond I 100 Years Old and Getting Stronger


These three volumes of Structure and Bonding The Chemical Bond I 100 Years Old and Getting Stronger celebrate the 100th anniversary of the seminal papers by Lewis and Kossel. These papers, which formed the basis of the current view of the chemical bond, were published independently in 1916 and have greatly influenced the development of theoretical chemistry during the last century. 
Their essential ideas, which were initially formulated within the classical Newtonian framework, have withstood many experimental tests and proved to be sufficiently flexible to incorporate the newer quantum mechanical ideas, which emerged in the 1920s and 1930s. Most importantly, Lewis’ description of the covalent bond provided a graphical notation and a language for experimental chemists, which enabled generations of chemists to constructively discuss and predict the structures of molecules and graphically represent the course of chemical reactions.

Content of The Chemical Bond I 100 Years Old and Getting Stronger



The Chemical Bond: Lewis and Kossel’s Landmark Contribution 1
D. Michael P. Mingos
Charge Density and Chemical Bonding 57
Dietmar Stalke
Lewis Description of Bonding in Transition Metal Complexes 89
Fu Kit Sheong, Wen-Jie Chen, and Zhenyang Lin
Gilbert Lewis and the Model of Dative Bonding 131
Gernot Frenking and Markus Hermann
Structure and Bonding Patterns in Large Molecular Ligated Metal
Clusters 157
Jean-Yves Saillard and Jean-Franc ̧ois Halet
Electronic Properties of Endohedral Clusters of Group 14 181
Vaida Arcisauskaite, Xiao Jin, Jose ́ M. Goicoechea, and John E. McGrady
The Rich Structural Chemistry Displayed by the Carbon Monoxide
as a Ligand to Metal Complexes 199
Shengda Ding and Michael B. Hall
Index 249

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