1A. Lecture 15. Molecular Orbital Theory Pt. 2.
Recorded February 13, 2013.
Index of Topics:
10:54- MO Theory
12:07- Practice (revisited)
12:56- Working through Carbon Monoxide
20:13- Practice (revisited)
20:37- Things to Double Check when Drawing MO Diagrams
22:31- Heteronuclear Diatomics
26:03- A Word on What You Need To Be Able to Do for the Exam
27:17- Chapter 5.1-5.6
28:00- What is an Intermolecular Force?
29:27- Types of Forces
31:14- Dipole-Dipole Forces
33:37- Example of Dipole-Dipole Forces
36:30- Dipole-Dipole Forces (revisited)
37:10- Hydrogen Bonds
41:26- The More Hydrogen Bond Donors and Acceptors, the Higher the Difference in Properties
42:34- Hydrogen Bonds (revisited)
42:44- The More Hydrogen Bond Donors and Acceptors, the Higher the Difference in Properties (revisited)
43:52- Ion Dipole Forces
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