single bond


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single bond

n.
A covalent bond in which one electron pair is shared by two atoms.

single bond

n
(Chemistry) chem a covalent bond formed between two atoms by the sharing of one pair of electrons

sin′gle bond′



n.
a chemical linkage consisting of one covalent bond between two atoms of a molecule, represented in chemical formulas by one line or two vertical dots, as C–H or C:H.
[1885–90]
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In Group A samples after the acid etching procedure, the bonding agent Adper single bond 2 was applied to the cavity walls with a microbrush and the excess solvent was air dried and light cured for 10 seconds.
Surfaces of all teeth were treated with bonding agent (Adper single bond 2, 3M ESPE fifth generation etch and rinse system) and restored with composite resin.
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I have watched every single Bond movie ever made and loved them all.
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Two coats of single bond was applied over each of the specimens and light cured for 20 seconds.
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