Theories of Covalent Bonding and Shapes of Molecules

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Chapter 3: Theories of Covalent Bonding and Shapes of Molecules (43 videos)   (Practice Test)
3.1: Shapes of Molecules(Practice Test)
  1. Shapes of Molecule
  2. Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion Theory
  3. Molecules Containing Two Electron Pairs (AB2 Type) and AB3 Type
  4. AB2E and AB3 Type With Multiple Bonds
  5. AB4 Type With No Lone Pairs AB3E1 Type and AB2E2
  6. Molecules Containing Five Electron Pairs (AB5 Type)
  7. Molecules Containing Six Electron Pairs (AB6 Type)
3.2: Theories of Covalent Bonding(Practice Test)
  1. Valence Bond Theory
  2. More on Valence Bond Theory
  3. Formation of H2 Molecule
  4. Formation of Cl2 Molecule
  5. Formation of HF molecule
  6. Formation of O2 molecule
  7. Formation of N2 molecule
  8. Strength of Sigma and Pi Bonds
  9. Ground and Excited State of Carbon
  10. Sp3 Hybridization
  11. More on Sp3 Hybridization
  12. Bonding and Structure of Ammonia
  13. Bonding and Structure of Water
  14. sp2-Hybridization; Bonding and Structure of Boron Trifluoride
  15. Sp2 Hybridization
  16. Sp Hybridization
  17. Bonding and Structure of Beryllium Dichloride
  18. Molecular Orbital Theory
  19. Head on approach and sideways Approach
  20. Relative Energies of the Molecular Orbitals
  21. MOT Diagramsfor O2 and F2
  22. MOT Diagrams for Be2, B2 and N2
  23. Molecular Orbital Structure of He2
  24. Molecular Orbital energy level Diagrams of Li2
  25. Comparison between VBT and MOT
3.3: Bond Energy (Bond Enthalpy)(Practice Test)
  1. Bond Energy
  2. Enthalpy of Atomization
  3. Ionic Character and Bond Energy
  4. More on Ionic Character and Bond Energy
  5. Bond Length
  6. More on Bond Length
  7. Dipole Moments and Molecular Structure; Percentage Ionic Character
3.4: Effect of Bonding on the Properties of Compounds(Practice Test)
  1. Effect of Bonding on Solubility
  2. Effect of Bonding on Isomerism
  3. Effect of Bonding on Reaction Kinetics
  4. Effect of Bonding on Properties of Compounds