Lecture 14: Molecular Orbital Theory

author: Sylvia T. Ceyer, Center for Future Civic Media
recorded by: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT
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I. Linear combination of atomic orbitals (LCAO)

A. Molecular orbitals (MOs)

B. Bonding orbital

C. Antibonding orbital

D. Electron configurations

1. Example 1: H2

2. Example 2: He2

E. Bond Order

II. MOs formed by LCAO

A. MOs formed by LCAO – 2s

1. Example 1: Li2

2. Example 2: Be2

B. Bonding MOs formed by LCAO – 2px and 2py

1. Example 1: B2

2. Example 2: C2

C. Bonding MO formed by LCAO – 2pz

D. Antibonding MO formed by LCAO – 2px and 2py

E. Antibonding MO formed by LCAO – 2pz

III. Molecular Orbital Theory: Heteronuclear Diatomics

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Hi,

Perhaps this will help:

http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/chemistry/...

it's the lecture notes for this lecture from the MIT opencoursware site.


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