I apologize beforehand if this seems inappropriate, especially coming from a new user.
Please view this link before I proceed: molecular orbital theory explaining molecular orbitals
[P.S. : I've kept the original title of the question]
Now, as you can see, this question has severe formatting issues and doesn't even have proper grammar as referenced by the comment: Comment (for reference)
I proceeded to edit this to the best I probably could and made it much more readable (in my opinion, views may differ from person to person)
The edit got rejected as seen in the following link: Rejected Edit
The person (Moderator) who commented, suggested that the OP use proper punctuation and spelling. The person further suggested that the question is "really hard to comprehend".
In my editing, I managed to eliminate all of these issues (again, it's my personal view) and the edit got rejected by two people, citing "This edit does not make the post even a little bit easier to read, easier to find, more accurate or more accessible. Changes are either completely superfluous or actively harm readability".
I firmly disagree with this reasoning, as all of the errors pointed out in the comment have largely been corrected. I recognize that these edits are supposed to be edited by the OP itself, as that helps them to understand how one should ask a question on this wonderful site. But, since the OP wasn't editing, I took the liberty and edited it, as I myself was interested in proper answers to this question.
I also realize that quite a few of my previous edits were not upto the standards and I fully and wholeheartedly accept that the edits were simply wrong, or were not required (i.e. were superfluous). Those edits were further edited in a really nice way by other people and I learnt a lot from those edits and how one should go about them.
However, I disagree with the edit rejection this particular time.
This is strictly my view and I'm not calling out anyone. I simply want to understand, in more detail, why my edit was rejected, as the reasons cited are not sufficient, IMO.
Here are some of the edits which I had proposed and the action taken on them: My Activity.
Also, to keep everything transparent, because of my last rejected edit (i.e. the one before this particular edit), I have been temporarily suspended from editing. This is just for reference.
Again, I'd like to reiterate that I really enjoy using this site and I often spend hours reading the answers to some of the questions. This post simply seeks a clarification and I hope I'm not offending anyone.
A huge thanks to anyone who reads this post! And another huge thanks to the community! :D
Any criticism and/or suggestion is welcome!
I also apologize for any inadvertent errors that may have crept up in this post. Please feel free to point them out, and I'll correct them immediately.