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Which statement is not true of molecular orbitals?

▸ The number of molecular orbitals formed is always equal to the number of atomic orbitals combined.

▸ A molecular orbital can accommodate up to two electrons.

▸ When electrons are added to orbitals of the same energy, the most stable arrangement is predicted by Hund's rule.

▸ Low-energy molecular orbitals fill before high-energy molecular orbitals fill.

▸ Antibonding molecular orbitals are higher in energy than all of the bonding molecular orbitals.
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