Atoms and Atomic Structure

What is bonding of an electron?

Answer

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11/26/2017

Valence electrons are the parts of the atoms involved It is the electron.

As electrons are fermions (1/2 integer spin) they obey the Pauli exclusion principle so that no two electrons can occupy the same energy level. This gives rise to the electrons of different atoms unable to be in the same energy level and this is where the bond comes from. If they could occupy the same energy levels like bosons (eg the photon in laser light) then there would be know chemistry.