Great books on intermolecular forces (physics + chemistry)

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So i want to understand how concepts like van der waals, electronegavity and covalent bonds were discovered, measured and derived back in the days. I'm looking for a good book to explain this. So far I've looked at a book by Jacob.


Intermolecular and Surface Forces, Revised Third Edition - Jacob N. Israelachvili
 
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