Ionocovalency (IC) explains quantitatively 1s-nf chemical observations

Yonghe Zhang
American Huilin Institute

 

        Ionocovalency ICis the ionocovalent dial-nature function of bond parameter which correlates to the quantum potential of spectroscopy electron configuration of all chemical elements:

 

IC = I(Z*,n*,Iz) C (rc , rc-1, n*rc-1)   Ze2/r  = n*(Iz /R)½rc-1

 

1)    Ionocovalency ICis ionocovalent dial-nature function of spectroscopy electron configuration of all chemical elements:


IC = I(Z*,n*,Iz) (rc , rc-1, n*rc-1)  


2)    Ionocovalency ICis quantum potential of spectroscopy electron configuration of all chemical elements:


 IC = Ze2/r

 

 

3)    Ionocovalency IChas bond-parameter multifunction of spectroscopic electron  configuration  (bond energy, charge density, polarization energy) model:


IC =n*(Iz /R)½rc-1


4)   Ionocovalency IChas molecular properties of spectroscopy electron   configuration of all chemical elements:


      Z*, n*, Iz rc ,  rc-1,  n*rc-1,   Ze2/r, n*(Iz /R)½rc-1  , including 

 IC-electronegativityFajans Rules

 

      Therefore, ionocovalency (IC) has the multifunctional parameter function of  spectral electron configurationin of the hybrid orbital 1s - nf  of all elements. It has incomparable nature of any conventional molecular properties of the parameter or model. It can explain chemical phenomena of all the elements.

 

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