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electron pair

n.
1. Two electrons functioning or regarded as functioning in concert, especially two electrons that form a covalent bond between atoms.
2. The combination of an electron and a positron as produced by a high-energy photon.
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It is made up of bosons called excitons which are formed when an escaped electron pairs with the and the hole it leaves behind.
One such approach models many-electron molecules as collections of noninteracting electron pairs, called geminals.
The two Ronalds demonstrated how to predict the geometry of a molecule from the number of electron pairs surrounding its central constituent atoms.
The inhibition of the corrosion has been proved to be the formation of donor-acceptor surface complexes between a vacant d-orbital of a metal and non-bonding electron pairs or p-electrons of an organic inhibitor, and nitrogenous compound is widely used.
In 1964, Stanford University physicist William Little theorized that electron pairs could attract due to their interactions with other electrons, instead of ions.
Figure 2 also indicates that the material's adsorption capacity increases with the increase of the pH, till it attains the maximum Cd(II) uptake at pH 5, when the charge of the particles' surface is practically null, and the electron pairs of atoms such as nitrogen, sulfur, and oxygen are free to bind Cd(II) ions.
Accurate SEPs operating at high frequency and accuracy can be used to make electrons collide and form entangled electron pairs.
5) share electron pairs evenly and form nonpolar covalent bonds, such as carbon and hydrogen, whereas atoms with greater (0.
However, we demonstrate the term of the interaction between electrons and ions of lattice meditates the existence of the Frolich singlet electron pairs.
Nine studies consider such topics as the reactivity of unstable chemicals in the presence of transition metals, the comparative statistics of Cooper's electron pairs in low-temperature superconductors and in coupled holes pairs in high-temperature ceramics, vitamin E as an example of applying rare earth triflates as efficient catalysts in the fine chemicals industry, and the fractal physical chemistry of polymer solutions.
The proper voltage (about 2000 V) is obtained when the magnitude of the number of electron pairs is proportional to the x-ray energy of the incoming photon (just like a Si(Li) detector).
It is very likely that hydrazine binds between the copper centers of the binuclear complex through the lone electron pairs of the hydrazine nitrogen atoms.

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