By Kenny B. Lipkowitz
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The last term in the expression for pO on the last line of Eq.  shows that this enhancement is effected by a depletion of density from the overlap region, where both qA and vB, hence the product qAqB,have sizable values. In Figure 3 we show a plot of the difference density ApO = po - p A - pB in the NC-CN molecule (A and B are the CN. monomers). ) The depletion in the overlap region and the enhanced density at the atoms are rather striking. The shape of the ApO type of electron depletion in the overlap region is rather typical (see other such plots for Ag-048 and K' in a W, cluster49).
MO-THEORETICAL ANALYSIS OF CHEMICAL BONDING: BEYOND A QUALITATIVE MO THEORY Introduction MO theoretical analyses of chemical bonding and reactivity have often been kept at a qualitative level. The guiding principle in judging the influence of various perturbations is usually simply their effect on the (sum of the) orbital energies. We wish to emphasize and illustrate in this section that it is possible to carry out the analyses in more detail, to obtain a considerably more complete view of the physics of chemical bond formation.
Reviews in Computational Chemistry, Volume 15 by Kenny B. Lipkowitz