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Indicate several ways in which the valence-bond method is

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Indicate several ways in which the valence-bond method is superior to Lewis structures in describing covalent bonds.

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Monday January 4, 2016 1 Important Information: ­PSet #1 due Mon (Jan 11) ­Lab Write­Up #1 due Fri (Jan 8) ­Midterm #1 January 20 Lecture 1: Thermodynamics and Kinetics Main Questions of this Course: Thermodynamics: ​ Will we ever get there Kinetics: ​ ow and when will we get there Overview ● thermodynamics gives the fundamental laws of nature → it is always right, but it may not be relevant to the question at hand ● if A → B is thermodynamically favored, then A will for B ○ may happen in 30 seconds or 30 million years ● kinetics cannot change thermodynamic outcomes ○ changing the reacti

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Author: Ralph Petrucci
ISBN: 9780132064521

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