Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure

This is the study of bonds that live in joining the atoms or molecules. This chapter describes why only particular atoms unite with each other and produce a new product and their disposition in a specific shape. There are numerous theories such as VSEPR, valence bond theory, the molecular orbital theory that will expound all the phenomena in features. Bonding is not just an illustration but it is nature's way to get hold of each and every atom or molecule to its most stable state.


  • Resonance
  • Polar character of covalent bond
  • Valence bond
  • Hydrogen bond
  • Metallic bond: Elementary idea
  • Lewis structure
  • Bond parameters
  • Hybridization
  • Molecular orbital theory (MOT)

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