 # Applications of Molecular Orbit Theory

Electronic configuration and Molecular Behavior: The distribution of electrons among various molecular orbitals is called the electronic configuration of the molecule. Important information of configuration: a) Stability of Molecules: The molecule is stable if NB is greater than NA The molecule is unstable if NB is less than NA. Where NB → Bonding e⁻s NA Read more about Applications of Molecular Orbit Theory[…] # Law of conservation of energy

Energy is either created or destroyed but converts from one form to another.At point A: A body of mass ‘m’ is thrown up with a velocity ‘u’ from the ground level. Let us take the point as A. therefore it has only kinetic energy and potential energy is equal to ‘0’ at A. Energy at A Read more about Law of conservation of energy[…] # Molecular Orbital Theory

Developed by F. Hund and R.S. Mulliken in 1932 Features of this theory: The electrons in a molecule are present in the various Molecular orbitals. The atomic orbitals of comparable energies and proper symmetry combine to form molecular orbitals. In a molecular orbital an electron is influenced by two or more nuclei depending upon the Read more about Molecular Orbital Theory[…] # KEPLER’S LAWS

Kepler’s first law or law of orbits: It states “all the planets moves around the sun in an elliptical orbit with sun at one of the focus of ellipse”. The point when the planet is nearest to the sun is termed as point when the planet is nearest to the sun is termed as perihelion and Read more about KEPLER’S LAWS[…] # Principles of Mathematical Induction

Let n0 Є N and let P (n) be a statement for each natural number n ≥ n0.  Suppose that The statement P (n0) is true. For all n ≥ n0, P (K) is true => P (K + 1) is true. Then P (n) is true for all n ≥ n0. Cube: 1³ + Read more about Principles of Mathematical Induction[…] # Hybridisation – II

Hybridisation of Elements involving d Orbitals The elements which contain d orbitals in addition to s and p orbitals form hybrid orbitals with s, p and d orbitals. The hybridisation involves either [3s, 3p and 3d] or [3d, 4s and 4p] (as the energies of these orbitals are comparable). However, since the difference in energies Read more about Hybridisation – II[…] # Few Important Points – Maths

i) sinnx, cosnx, secnx, cosecnx are periodic functions with period 2π and π according as n is odd or even. ii) tannx, cotnx are periodic functions with period π whether n is even or odd. iii) |sin x|, |cos x|, |tan x|, |cot x|, |sec x|, |cosec x| are periodic with period π. iv) |sin Read more about Few Important Points – Maths[…] # Hybridisation

Introduced by Pauling The atomic orbitals combine to form new set of equivalent orbitals known as hybrid orbitals. Unlike pure orbitals, the hybrid orbitals are used in bond formation. Hybridization: The process of intermixing of the orbitals of slightly different energies so as to redistribute their energies, resulting in the formation of new set of Read more about Hybridisation[…]