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Why do hydrogen atoms attract?
That is, why is the potential energy with the orbitals overlapping less than with the Hydrogen atoms 'independent'. Similarly, why is a noble gas configuration stabler than if an electron were to be ...
Sep 6 '12 at 18:10
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