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Jan1413, 04:49 PM

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Given two ionic cores, i and j, can someone please explain what it is that's happening as the distance between them decreases? What is its significance?



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Jan1513, 07:52 AM

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Or are you asking what would cause the two ions to be closer? {scratching head} Zz. 


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Feb1313, 05:55 PM

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Basic model for solids
For chemists easy explanation see in a book
Roald Hoffmann Solids and Surfaces: A Chemist's View of Bonding in Extended Structures [1st edition ed.] (9780471187103, 0471187100) WileyVCH 1989 (76pages) English 5 Mb pdf 


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