La naturaleza del enlace qu?mico 2013 ?No existe tal cosa llamada orbital!

Despite the fact that the chemical bond is a fiction, although convenient and nearly harmless, it plays an enormous role in the thinking, and especially the education, of chemists at all levels. Much further fiction has accumulated during the past 85 years; although, when the ideas about bonds, orbi...

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Main Author: Ogilvie, John F.
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Language: Español
Published: 2015
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spelling RepoKERWA146552017-08-08T18:50:27Z La naturaleza del enlace qu?mico 2013 ?No existe tal cosa llamada orbital! La naturaleza del enlace qu?mico 2013 ?No existe tal cosa llamada orbital! Ogilvie, John F. enlace qu?mico orbital hibridaci?n ense?anza de la qu?mica Despite the fact that the chemical bond is a fiction, although convenient and nearly harmless, it plays an enormous role in the thinking, and especially the education, of chemists at all levels. Much further fiction has accumulated during the past 85 years; although, when the ideas about bonds, orbitals, hybridization and related topics originated and became widely known, largely through the verbal and written efforts of Pauling, they seemed plausible and helpful, the powerful experiments and calculations now available show those efforts and concepts to lack a firm foundation. Their continued promulgation is counterproductive to a profound understanding and communication of chemical knowledge. In this essay we discuss the origin and amplification of various ideas and terms that are common in textbooks of chemistry and in the lessons of instructors of chemistry but that are no longer acceptable as scientific truth. A pesar de que el enlace qu?mico es ficci?n, conveniente y casi inofensivo, juega un enorme rol en el pensamiento y espec?ficamente en la educaci?n de qu?micos de todos los niveles. Mucha m?s ficci?n se ha dado durante los ?ltimos 85 a?os. Aunque las ideas acerca de enlaces, orbitales, hibridaci?n y t?picos relacionados fueron originadas y llegaron a ser ampliamente conocidas y de momento parecieron cre?bles y ben?ficas, en gran parte por los esfuerzos de palabra y escritos de Pauling, los experimentos y c?lculos disponibles actualmente muestran que dichos esfuerzos y conceptos carecen de bases firmes. La continua promulgaci?n de ellos es contraproducente a un entendimiento profundo y a la comunicaci?n de conocimiento qu?mico. En este ensayo se discute el origen y la amplificaci?n de varias ideas y t?rminos que son comunes en textos de qu?mica y en las clases de profesores de qu?mica, pero que no son aceptados actualmente como una verdad cient?fica. 2015-06-19T16:28:00Z 2015-06-19T16:28:00Z 2013-06-28 15:00:39 2015-06-19T16:28:00Z info:eu-repo/semantics/article info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion http://revistas.ucr.ac.cr/index.php/cienciaytecnologia/article/view/10588 http://hdl.handle.net/10669/14655 es Revista de Ciencia y Tecnolog?a Vol. 28 N?m. 1-2 - application/pdf
institution Universidad de Costa Rica
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language Español
topic enlace qu?mico
orbital
hibridaci?n
ense?anza de la qu?mica
spellingShingle enlace qu?mico
orbital
hibridaci?n
ense?anza de la qu?mica
Ogilvie, John F.
La naturaleza del enlace qu?mico 2013 ?No existe tal cosa llamada orbital!
description Despite the fact that the chemical bond is a fiction, although convenient and nearly harmless, it plays an enormous role in the thinking, and especially the education, of chemists at all levels. Much further fiction has accumulated during the past 85 years; although, when the ideas about bonds, orbitals, hybridization and related topics originated and became widely known, largely through the verbal and written efforts of Pauling, they seemed plausible and helpful, the powerful experiments and calculations now available show those efforts and concepts to lack a firm foundation. Their continued promulgation is counterproductive to a profound understanding and communication of chemical knowledge. In this essay we discuss the origin and amplification of various ideas and terms that are common in textbooks of chemistry and in the lessons of instructors of chemistry but that are no longer acceptable as scientific truth.
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title La naturaleza del enlace qu?mico 2013 ?No existe tal cosa llamada orbital!
title_short La naturaleza del enlace qu?mico 2013 ?No existe tal cosa llamada orbital!
title_full La naturaleza del enlace qu?mico 2013 ?No existe tal cosa llamada orbital!
title_fullStr La naturaleza del enlace qu?mico 2013 ?No existe tal cosa llamada orbital!
title_full_unstemmed La naturaleza del enlace qu?mico 2013 ?No existe tal cosa llamada orbital!
title_sort la naturaleza del enlace qu?mico 2013 ?no existe tal cosa llamada orbital!
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