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1Chemistryvalencia feminineoxygen has a valency of two — el oxígeno tiene valencia dos / es bivalente
- The degree of flocculation, and hence randomness of particle orientations on sedimentation, generally increases with the concentration and valency of the cations in the solution.
- It is well-known that aggregation can be induced by changes in pH, the salt concentration, valency of ions, or the polarity of the solvent.
- The higher the valency of the counterions, the more significant is the reversal of the effective charge of the aggregates.
- Plutonium has five different crystal-type conditions or ‘phases’ that it can be in, and has five possible valencies.
- Depending on the charges of additional groups that may be bound to the phosphate group, phospholipids in water can have a valency between - 2 and + 1, and also neutral groups are possible.
- The purpose of this paper is to study the factors involved in the changing valency of the reflexes of ABHORRERE / ABHORRESCERE in Castilian, ie aborrir ~ aburrir and aborre cer.
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