A DIFFERENT APPROACH FOR DETERMINATION OF BOND ORDER OF HOMO AND HETERO NUCLEAR DIATOMIC MOLECULES AND IONS WITHOUT USING MOLECULAR ORBITAL THEORY (M.O.T)
PRITAM DEBNATH *
Department of Civil Engineering, National Institute of Technology Agartala, Tripura, Jirania 799046, India.
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Bond order is one of the vital important terms used in the field of chemistry. Determination of bond order provides us information about the chemical bonds present in between two atmos. And also using bond order, one can have an idea about stability of molecules, bond energy, bond length, thermal stability of molecules. But evaluation of bond order using MOT or by drawing molecular orbitals, is time consuming. So, in this manuscript, I have tried to represent a different approach to calculate the bond order with the help of applied mathematics and some basic concepts of chemistry, which can be used especially for any competitive exam, that will be beneficial for all students to save their valuable time. To use this new method, the student need not compulsorily know the MOT. This method is applicable for those diatomic molecules and ions, which have their total electron number (01-20).
Keywords: Atomic number, bond order, electronic charge molecules, MOT, total electron number, value of d, value of l, value of Ad, value of e