Molecular orbital theory is a method of describing the electronic structure of molecules. The electrons are not assigned to individual bonds but are considered to be moving under the influence of nuclei present in the whole molecule.
How many electrons does it take to fill the MOs formed from combination of the 2s orbitals of two atoms?
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