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By John E. Proctor, Daniel Melendrez Armada, Aravind Vijayaraghavan

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Interatomic Bonding in Graphene and Diamond 19 On the other hand, if the electron sits in the anti-bonding orbital the energy of the system is significantly higher than it was when the separation between the protons was large and the electron was bound to just one of them. Here, we will accept these facts as intuitively clear. After all, an electron in the bonding orbital is likely to be found between the two protons so will be electrostatically attracted to both of them. An electron in the anti-bonding orbital is unlikely to be found between the two protons, maximizing the electrostatic repulsion between them.

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