Why there’s no repulsion between electron in a coordinate bond?

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The coordinate bond is formed by the overlapping of d-orbital of Central metal atom and the ligands.

The d-orbitals are enough large that there is not any chance of repulsion between the resulting bond formation between the ligand and the metal atom.

Thus there isn’t any repulsion.

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