Valence Bond Theory
Valence bond theory is a chemical bonding theory that explains the bonding between two atoms is caused by the overlap of half-filled atomic orbitals. The two atoms share each others unpaired electron to form a filled orbital to form a hybrid orbital and bond together. Valence bond theory states that overlap between two atomic orbitals form a covalent bond between two atoms.
Examples: Sigma and pi bonds are part of valence bond theory.
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