Definición de electrovalent en inglés:

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Pronunciación: /əˌlektrəˈvālənt/


(Of bonding) resulting from electrostatic attraction between positive and negative ions; ionic.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Another type of bond that occurs when electrons are transferred between atoms is called an ionic bond (or electrovalent bond).
  • Scientists also call ionic bonds electrovalent bonds.
  • The bond that is formed between the two ions is an ionic bond (sometimes also called an electrovalent bond), and the compound produced is an ionic compound.



Pronunciación: /əˌlektrəˈvāləns/
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Electrovalence is just another word for something that has given up its electron and become an ion.
  • The receptor recognition site can change its electrovalence and exchange divalent or monovalent counter ions for either decamethonium or muscarone.


Pronunciación: /əˌlektrəˈvālənsē/
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Electrovalency is related to the concepts of electronegativity and valence electrons, and indicates the number of electrons necessary for an ion to have a balanced electric charge.
  • What factors limit electrovalency?


1920s: from electro- + -valent, on the pattern of trivalent.

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