A simple doubt, expecting a simple clarification.
1) Two Hydrogen Atoms can Bond with each other.
But then How is it that the Nucleus Attraction is more powerful than the Electron Repulsion?
2) Molecular Bonds Vibrate.
All by themselves, like Nucleus keeps them attached, while Electron Field is trying to push them apart?
Like No external source of Power or Energy is required to attain the Vibrations?
3) Perpetual Motion Machines Do Not Exist.
(Impossible - Laws of Thermodynamics)
So, the Molecular Bonds Vibration is simply Perpetual Motion in an Unperturbed System?
Molecular Vibrations Cannot be considered as P.M. Machines, Right?
P.S. - I'm a level lower than Novice in Chemistry.
Level - Dum Bum!
Please could someone/anyone answer the above in KISS Format.
(Keep It Simple Silly)