Subject: Why are p and d molecular orbitals shaped so strangely
Date: Sat Oct 30 00:04:34 1999
Posted by Adrian Benner
Grade level: undergrad
School: Pennsylvania State University
City: Leola State/Province: PA
Area of science: Chemistry
Why aren't the probablity density clouds of p and d molecular orbitals
spherical like s orbitals?
This whole business of covalent bonding seems very strange. Why is
covalent bonding so complicated? Why are atoms happier with filled
Re: Why are p and d molecular orbitals shaped so strangely
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