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The two-part, 5th variation of complicated natural Chemistry has been considerably revised and reorganized for better readability. the fabric has been up-to-date to mirror advances within the box because the earlier variation, specifically in computational chemistry. half A covers primary structural themes and uncomplicated mechanistic forms. it might stand-alone; jointly, with half B: response and Synthesis, the 2 volumes supply a finished starting place for the research in natural chemistry. better half web content offer electronic versions for research of constitution, response and selectivity for college kids and workout suggestions for teachers.

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W. Bader, and C. D. H. Lau, J. Am. Chem. , 109, 1001 (1987). N. Matsunaga, D. W. Rogers, and A. A. Zavitsas, J. , 68, 3158 (2003). 14 CHAPTER 1 Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure D A−A CH3 −F −OH −NH2 −CH3 89 8 38 0 56 1 61 1 89 8 2 2 525 3 938 3 500 3 071 2 525 1 189 0 987 0 749 0 000 Covalent Polar % Covalent % Polar 63 90 72 95 75 45 89 8 27 35 22 70 17 23 00 70 76 81 100 30 24 19 0 An important qualitative result emerges from these numbers. Bond strength is increased by electronegativity differences.

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31, 1427 (1959); N. Muller and D. E. Pritchard, J. Chem. , 31, 1471 (1959); K. B. Wiberg, R. F. W. Bader, and C. D. H. Lau, J. Am. Chem. , 109, 1001 (1987). N. Matsunaga, D. W. Rogers, and A. A. Zavitsas, J. , 68, 3158 (2003). 14 CHAPTER 1 Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure D A−A CH3 −F −OH −NH2 −CH3 89 8 38 0 56 1 61 1 89 8 2 2 525 3 938 3 500 3 071 2 525 1 189 0 987 0 749 0 000 Covalent Polar % Covalent % Polar 63 90 72 95 75 45 89 8 27 35 22 70 17 23 00 70 76 81 100 30 24 19 0 An important qualitative result emerges from these numbers.

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