How do ultrafast electrons create solid H2 bonds?

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By Juman Hijab
About How do ultrafast electrons create solid H2 bonds?

A hydrogen atom has its sole electron traveling around the nucleus at thousands of kilometers per second. How do two hydrogen atoms with their ultrafast electrons join to form H2, or hydrogen gas?

The goal is to visualize the two electrons of the hydrogen atoms staying in one place long enough to come together to form a “solid” bond. 

Picture credit: By  BlueRingMedia . ID 152409845. Illustration of the element Hydrogen. 

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Juman Hijab

Juman is a retired physician after having been in clinical practice for more than four decades. Her lifelong interest has been in the chemistry of life.

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