## 1A. Lecture 12. Two Theories of Bonding.

#### Recorded February 13, 2013.

Index of Topics:

00:09- Two Theories of Bonding

01:21- H2 Bonding

03:36- Valence Bond Theory: Types of Bonds

07:10- Sigma Bonds

07:47- Sigma Bonds, Slide 2

08:31- Sigma Bonds, Slide 3

08:54- Sigma Bonds- Summary

09:20- Valence Bond Theory: Types of Bonds (revisited)

09:52- Sigma Bonds-Summary (revisited)

10:02- Valence Bond Theory: Types of Bonds (revisited)

10:09- π Bonds

12:19- π Bonds, Slide 2

14:17- Atomic Orbital Hybridization

17:54- Atomic Orbital Hybridization sp

21:15- Atomic Orbital: sp Another Look

22:30- Atomic Orbital Hybridization sp^(2)

24:59- Atomic Orbital: sp^(2) Another Look

25:55- Atomic Orbital Hybridization sp^(3)

27:12- Atomic Orbital: sp^(3) Another Look

27:56- Atomic Orbital Hybridization: Including d Orbitals

29:24- How to Find Hybridization

31:53- Chart of Orbitals

32:48- Chart: Steric Number, Lone Pairs

34:40- Chart: Steric Number, Lone Pairs Continued

35:36- π Bonds (revisited)

37:21- Double and Triple Bonds in Hybridization

40:26- Double and Triple Bonds in Hybridization, Slide 2

41:40- Double and Triple Bonds in Hybridization, Slide 3

44:19- Double and Triple Bonds in Hybridization, Slide 4

46:44- Atomic Orbital Hybridization sp^(2) (revisited)

47:18- Atomic Orbital Hybridization sp (revisited)

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