2) The simple hydrides show, again, the parametrization with first principles QC methods. As explained earlier the parameters are transferable to the classes of compounds whose first members they are.|
3) is a more extensive comparison between non overlapped Kimball models which approximate common bond constructions, usually "sp", "sp2", "sp3" hybrids or comparable LCAO-MO schemes with overlapped models. We explain why the Kimball representations are better.
4) can be viewed, 5) to 8) are Mathematica notebooks demonstrating how the extension of
|Kimballs model to atomic numbers higher than K can plausibly be applied.|
9) shows the famous TMS NMR reference molecule, a complex hydride with five "heavy" atoms, viewable.
10) Here is a template, sketching NH3, for continuing 3) and treating NH3 to HF with the same comparison between a Kimball and an overlapped (Kimball-) Model. Do it, yes you can! (and don't peek into some of the solutions given at the end of 10) before you seriously have tried).
11) Ethene, B2H6 and Hydrocarbons