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Lecture 15: Valence bond theory and hybridization

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Lecture 16: Determining hybridization in complex molecules; Thermochemistry and bond energies/bond enthalpies

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Lecture 17: Entropy and disorder

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Lecture 18: Free energy and control of spontaneity

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Lecture 1: Matrices are useful in spectroscopic theory

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Lecture 2: Coupled harmonic oscillators: truncation of an infinite matrix

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Lecture 3: Building an effective hamiltonian

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Lecture 4: Atoms: 1e- and alkali

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Lecture 5: Alkali and many e-atomic spectra

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Lecture 6: Many e- atoms

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