In part two of this lecture series on valence and molecular structures, Pauling focuses on ionic and covalent bonds, bond and molecular resonance, and how different bonds effect an element's properties. To demonstrate, he uses ball and stick molecular models and chalkboard diagrams.
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“Linus Pauling Lectures on Valence and Molecular Structures: Part 2.” 16Mm (photographic film size), 1957. Science History Institute 16mm Film Collection. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/r7qoyok.
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