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Electronegativity differences between bonding atoms have major effects on the strengths of chemical bonds but they affect two-centre and three-centre bonds in different ways and with different consequences. The effect on two-centre bonds was recognised almost 100 years ago but the influence of electronegativity difference on three-centre bonding has received less attention. Molecular orbital models of three-centre bonding are discussed and their application to the understanding of thedoi:10.24820/ark.5550190.p011.203 fatcat:7ilrwxqpvjeadb42yaq7qiyodi