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By Sason S. Shaik

This reference on present VB concept and purposes offers a pragmatic method that may be utilized to various chemical difficulties in a uniform demeanour. After explaining easy VB thought, it discusses VB functions to bonding difficulties, aromaticity and antiaromaticity, the dioxygen molecule, polyradicals, excited states, natural reactions, inorganic/organometallic reactions, photochemical reactions, and catalytic reactions. With a consultant for appearing VB calculations, routines and solutions, and diverse solved difficulties, this is often the most suitable reference for practitioners and upper-level scholars.

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