Marinšek (Marinsek)

Physicist & Author

Metallic bonding:

Metallic bonding: Electrons don’t provide the glue holding solids together

Genuine metallic lattices consist of elastic rods made of hydrogen atoms

Metallic bonding is not due to forces between alleged free valence electrons and atomic core ions.

There is no natural law that governs the process how and how many valence electrons are detached from atoms in order to do their job as bonding electrons