What type of bond results from the side‑on overlap of orbitals? Two orbitals, each with two lobes. Each lobe in one orbital

What type of bond results from the side‑on overlap of orbitals? Two orbitals, each with two lobes. Each lobe in one orbital is overlapping with a lobe on the second orbital from the side.

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  1. A pi bond

    Explanation:

    A pi bond is a type of covalent bond that results from the formation of a molecular orbital by the side-to-side overlap of atomic orbitals along a plane perpendicular to a line connecting the nuclei of the atoms.

  2. Side-on overlap of orbitals is known as the pi bond. This bond is commonly covalent bond wherein the two lobes of an orbital of an atom overlaps with other two lobes of orbital of a separate atom.

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