Because both the electrons are unstable and so in order to gain stability, mutual sharing of electrons occurs. Due to this stability factor ie. getting stable , they don't actually repel each other.... Example NH3
It now comes to the arrangement of the atoms and molecules. Example in NH3, H atoms are arranged in such a way that they are far enough.......
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you mean to say h atoms will not repel n atoms
Yes they will not and they are currently unstable. They will gain stability with mutual sharing of e-
but why n atom won't repel h atom