Can an atom's inner electrons participate in the bonding ?Why or why not ?


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No usually when the bonding takes place the inner electrons does not participate because an atom's inner shell electrons are held too tightly by the nucleus to be shared or transferred thats why does not involve in bonding .


No as it is too tightly held by the nucleus it does not involve in the bonding .