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Hitchcock Foundation Lectures: "The Development of the Concept of Chemical Bond."
 
Hitchcock Foundation Lectures: "The Development of the Concept of Chemical Bond." January 17, 1983.
University of California, Berkeley.

Research by G.N. Lewis. (1:00)

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Linus Pauling: G.N. Lewis, the same year, in fact the same issue of the journal, the paper that just followed the Bray and Branch paper, said that there were three kinds of compounds or bonds; polar, non-polar, and metallic compounds. He said he didn't think you should try to introduce the partial, he talked about partial polarity of bonds and suggested that sometimes there was no need to put in arrows like this, as Bray and Branch were doing all the time. It was better sometimes just to draw a line. These lines went back actually to Franklin's time in the 1850s as representing the valence bonds.

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Creator: Linus Pauling
Associated: G.N. Lewis, William C. Bray, G.E.K. Branch
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Creator: Linus Pauling
Associated: University of California, Berkeley

Date: January 17, 1983
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