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How is a pair of molecular orbitals formed? A. by the overlap of two atomic orbitals from the same atom B. by the reproduction of a single atomic orbital
C. by the splitting of a single atomic orbital D. by the overlap of two atomic orbitals from different atoms
How is a pair of molecular orbitals formed? d.by the overlap of two atomic orbitals from different atoms.
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User: How is a pair of molecular orbitals formed? A. by the overlap of two atomic orbitals from the same atom B. by the reproduction of a single atomic orbital C. by the splitting of a single atomic orbital D. by the overlap of two atomic orbitals from different atoms





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User: Which of the following bond types is normally the weakest? A. sigma bond formed by the overlap of one s and one p orbital B. sigma bond formed by the overlap of two p orbitals C. sigma bond formed by the overlap of two s orbitals D. pi bond formed by the overlap of two p orbitals

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