Chemical Bonding Model
Chemical bonding models are theoretical models used to explain atomic bonding structure, molecular geometry, properties, and reactivity of physical matter.
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... Modern computational chemistry applies components of bonding models to simulate various chemical phenomenon associated with bonding ... Computational chemistry also extends beyond covalent bonding to investigate the interactions of groups of molecules and higher order structure ... In these systems the chemical bond is often simplified and approximated to reduce computing time ...
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