Our MO-based findings proved a bonding nature of each density bridge (DB, or a bond path with an associated critical point, CP) on a Bader molecular graph. A DB pinpoints universal physical and net energy-lowering processes that might, but do not have to, lead to a chemical bond formation. Physical processes leading to electron density (ED) concentration in internuclear regions of three distinctively different homopolar H,H atom-pairs as well as classical C–C and C–H covalent bonds were found to be exactly the same. Notably, properties of individual MOs are internuclear-region specific as they (i) concentrate, deplete, or do not contribute to ED at a CP and (ii) delocalize electron-pairs through either in- (positive) or out-of-phase (negative) interference. Importantly, dominance of a net ED concentration and positive e–-pairs delocalization made by a number of σ-bonding MOs is a common feature at a CP. This feature was found for the covalently bonded atoms as well as homopolar H,H atom-pairs investigated. The latter refer to a DB-free H,H atom-pair of the bay in the twisted biphenyl (Bph) and DB-linked H,H atom-pairs (i) in cubic Li4H4, where each H atom is involved in three highly repulsive interactions (over +80 kcal/mol), and (ii) in a weak attractive interaction when sterically clashing in the planar Bph.