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In pi bonds, the two regions of electron density overlap side by side rather than end to end, creating a nodal plane including the internuclear region. This is likely what was meant when it was stated that pi bond electrons are more exposed, as the regions of electron density lie outside of the internuclear region and are located perpendicular to the axis.
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