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n.1.(Chem.) The quality or state of being univalent.
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Negatively charged NF membranes had high rejection for high-valence anions, and had no effect on univalence anions [36, 37].
Kupan, "About the univalence of the Bessel functions," Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai Mathematica, vol.
Recently, an extension of type theory with homotopical concepts such as univalence is gaining traction because it allows for the first time to marry together expected principles of equality.
Acharya, Univalence criteria for analytic functions and applications to hypergeometric functions, Ph.
Their proof of Fekete-Szego inequalities requires the univalence of [phi].
Univalence of integral operators involving Bessel functions.
Kiryakova, Criteria for univalence of the Dziok-Srivastava and the Srivastava-Wright operators in the class A, Appl.
Among the topics are definitions of quasiconformal maps, infinitesimal space, points of maximal stretching, Lipschitz continuity of quasiconformal maps, and criteria of univalence.
Seenivasagan, Sufficient conditions for univalence, Applied Mathemaitics E-notes, 8(2008), 30-35.
Algebraic univalence theorems for nonsmooth functions, J.
Univalence of the mapping means that for each element in the domain there can be only one element (image) in the range.
However, Carothers took advantage of a known fact, that of the univalence of the X [then called "accessory" chromosome by McClung (McClung 1901, 1902; Castillo et al.