The Chemical Bond Across the Periodic Table: Part 1 – First Row and Simple Metals

  title={The Chemical Bond Across the Periodic Table: Part 1 – First Row and Simple Metals},
  author={Gabriel F. S. Fernandes and Leonardo A Cunha and Francisco B. C. Machado and Luiz Fernando Araujo Ferr{\~a}o},
Chemical bond plays a central role in the description of the physicochemical properties of molecules and solids and it is essential to several fields in science and engineering, governing the material’s mechanical, electrical, catalytic and optoelectronic properties, among others. Due to this indisputable importance, a proper description of chemical bond is needed, commonly obtained through solving the Schrödinger equation of the system with either molecular orbital theory (molecules) or band… 
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