Limitations of Valence Bond Theory, Chemistry, Microeconomics

Valence Bond Theory Explains, but does not predict the shape.
Valence Bond Theory Cannot explain colour and spectra.
Valence Bond Theory Qualitative explanations; does not explain relative stability.
Valence Bond Theory Cannot explain relative stability of structural isomers.
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