covalence


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valence characterized by the sharing of electrons in a chemical compound

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-0.2484 for chlorine atoms and +0.00104 for cobalt, although the cobalt atom is +2 of valence, therefore, the anion of[(CoCl.sub.4).sup.2-] is bound through strong covalence. There are negative charges on nitrogen atoms, [C.sub.2] and [C.sub.4,] and positive charges on [C.sub.1], [C.sub.3] and [C.sub.5,] showing no difference with which have been known that electrophilic substitution reaction (e.g.
Raman spectroscopy confirmed the presence of covalence bounds between GO and PVA.
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The EPR parameters [g.sub.[parallel]], [g.sub.[perpendicular]], [A.sub.[parallel]] and the energies of the d-d transition were used to evaluate the bonding parameters [[alpha].sup.2], [[beta].sup.2], and [[gamma].sup.2], which may be regarded as measures of the covalence of the in-plane [sigma]-bonds, in-plane [pi]-bonds, and out-of-plane [pi]-bonds, respectively.
Doping of lanthanide cations into [Sb.sub.2][Te.sub.3] lattice results in decreasing the Sb-Te covalence bond.
In addition, the covalence factors ([b.sup.1/2]), Sinha parameter ([delta]%), that is, metal-ligand covalency percent, and the covalency angular overlap parameter ([eta]) have been calculated from the values of [beta] by using the following expressions [18]:
Consequently, the covalence number for the [C.sub.5] atom drops from 4.31 to 3.9, while increasing to an average of about 4.5 for the [C.sub.6] atom during the first 100 fs.
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2r (rc) is the laplacian value of electron density, the 2r (rc) value less than zero means a covalent bond, the smaller the 2r (rc) value, the stronger of the covalence of the bond; the 2r(rc) alue larger than zero means a ionic bond, the larger the 2r(rc) value, the stronger of the ionic nature of the bond; if the 2r(rc) value is close to zero, it means a weak bond.