The VSEPR Model of Molecular Geometry (Dover Books on Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion (VSEPR) theory is a simple technique for predicting the geometry of atomic centers in small molecules and molecular ions. This authoritative reference was written by Istvan Hartiggai and the developer of VSEPR theory, Ronald J. Gillespie.Cited by: 143Author: Ronald J. Gillespie, Paul L. A. Popelier, Petr C. Ford3.7/5(6)Publish Year: 1972 The VSEPR model of molecular geometry (Gillespie, Ronald J A review of a text that gives an in-depth view of VSEPR. The VSEPR model of molecular geometry (Gillespie, Ronald J.; Hargittai, Istvan) | Journal of Chemical Education ACSAuthor: Paul M. TreichelPublish Year: 1993 ChemTeam: VSEPR Theory of Molecular Geometry The VSEPR Model of Molecular Geometry (1991) by Ronald J. Gillespie and Istvàn Hargittai. Published by Allyn & Bacon. ISBN 0-205-12369-4. Gillespie coined the term VSEPR and has been active in this field since it was established in the early 1940's. Except where noted, all bond angles and bond lengths have been taken from this book. Molecular Geometry - Introate Molecular Geometry VSEPR At this point we are ready to explore the three dimensional structure of simple molecular (covalent) compounds and polyatomic ions. We will use a model called the Valence Shell Electron-Pair Repulsion (VSEPR) model that is based on the repulsive behavior of electron-pairs.
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