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Use the valence bond thory to explain why 2 helium atoms do not bond to form a diatomic molecule.

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    I read the textbook but I still don't understand...

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    Because Helium is stable with 2 electrons. |dw:1333502184007:dw|

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    ok. its a noble gas. just remembered. DUHH

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    It has a full shell and has no more electrons to share, give or take.

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