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electronegative División en sílabas: e·lec·tro·neg·a·tive
Pronunciación: /əˌlektrəˈneɡədiv/

Definición de electronegative en inglés:

adjetivo

1 Physics Electrically negative.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Specifically, large electropositive or electronegative regions can reasonably attract oppositely charged entities through long-range electrostatic interactions.
  • The centers of corresponding ellipsoids are close, in agreement with well-known restrictions on the hydrogen bonding of electronegative atoms.
  • Consequently, the more electronegative atom has a partial negative charge.
2 Chemistry (Of an element) tending to acquire electrons and form negative ions in chemical reactions.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • In the case of binary covalent compounds, the positive oxidation number is assigned to the more electropositive element, and the negative oxidation number to the more electronegative element.
  • Since there are two atoms bound to the sulfur atom (the less electronegative element), there must be one double bond.
  • Oxygen, the next most electronegative element, is also a powerful oxidant, as are chlorine and bromine.

Derivados

electronegativity

1
Pronunciación: /əˌlektrōˌneɡəˈtivədē/
sustantivo
sense 2.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Fluorine steals electrons from hydrogen atoms because fluorine has a higher electronegativity rating.
  • The effect of electronegativity dominated the analysis, suggesting that it is the major contributor.
  • Atoms with widely different electronegativities will form ionic bonds, since the atom with the highest eletronegativity is able to pull an electron away from the atom with the lower electronegativity.

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