Not sure glue bond idea is correct.
A molecular bond would be when the electron from one atom goes into another atom, and at the exact same time the first atom sucks in an electron from the second atom, creating an infinite circuit.
Glue would be when the electron from one atom goes into another atom, looping back around into the first atom. This would also be what keeps matter other than molecules together. Example, imagine molten metal solidifying, it all sticks together as it becomes a solid cooling, so you could measure and rank two parts of glue strength by sandwiching it between two pieces of matter and seeing how well the molten metal sticks together after cooling.
Ejection theory, with enough electrons flowing through glue you can reach the electron flow point at which the electrons that create the glue bond detach sucking in another electron. Because glue is an electron bond, if the electron bond is broken it would be electron fission. Glue is ground magnetism, sending electrons out to grab ground, just as magnetism is sucked into other magnetic flows of other magnets to create magnetism, which would make magnetism liquid magnetism because it is a flow similar to a river.
Plasma would be air magnetism.
Glue molecule, a combination of atoms or molecules combined with glue. Not just glue put on something, but a mixture of even part glue and even part particle that can attach to glue. If all the bonds are broken at once it should release energy because that is what all the other bonds do.
Glue could also be used to make liquid wires. So you could add in increased flow ideas such as turbines to increase electron flow threw the glue as the glue flows faster. Or added onto solid wires as in the example above.
Making the glue bond stronger and stronger should be a focus of research. Have to put material with the glue it can bond with, hot enough that it un-bonds over and over, but not so hot the electron shell expands and makes a less solid gap for the electricity to fill, decreasing pull by filling the gap with energy, and not too cold so the glues electrons have enough energy to reach out from the shell causing an opening in the glues shell to pull in another electron.
Making molecular bonding the strongest out of these bond types before going down to quark bonding to hold the nucleus together. Sense the electron shell is not creating a gap to suck in extra electrons with molecular bonding but instead has the electrons from one atom fill the holes in the other atoms electron shell locking them together as the electrons are stuck in that orbit.
The bond type between atoms would be what causes electrical current. Example with gold, because all gold atoms have the same shells it increases the chances of the shells electrons overlapping and reaching out to each other similar to glue, pulling in electron to fill the gap as the electron leaves the shell to go into another shell and come back. Which means gold has a lot of gaps pulling in electron. Atomic bond, or the bond between the same atoms, is the tendency for the same atoms to share electrons in their electrons shell because they have the same shell but not fully bond into a molecular bond but with two of the same atoms. Which means this bond is weaker then molecular bonding which comes next before glue bond.
Advent Guard Note: How do we make bonds work harder and pull threw more electron without creating a new molecule?
By making a gold bar mold that uses space to pull on the edges while it cools to create a far less dense gold bar, it adds in a space layer to the gold bar creating a dynamo effect for electrons pulled through as the electrons expand in space before being compressed by the gold solar-system, over and over. Because the gold atoms are surrounded by less gold atoms to share electrons with, the gaps should pull in more electricity instead of electrons from other gold atoms.
To make them work harder we need to give atoms what they eat/need, gluon, just like our solar-system eats/needs electron to work.