electron pair


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electron pair

[i′lek‚trän ′per]
(physical chemistry)
A pair of valence electrons which form a nonpolar bond between two neighboring atoms.
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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.
which may determine the binding energy E < 0 of electron pair, if we claim that the condition [p.
Thus, both the ionic bond and the covalent bond involve a magnetically bound (anti-parallel spin-aligned) electron pair that is attracted to two positively charged atomic nuclei by Coulomb forces.
Gillespie's research interests include the Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion (VSEPR) model of molecular geometry.
The Santilli-Shillady orbits, the oo-shaped orbits, go beyond a way of speaking, they are a condition for the movement of the electron pair.
For example, during an electron pair transition where t [approximately equal to] 3.
This will address each individual nucleus and electron pair, a technology that will be needed to get more than two spins entangled together in silicon.
In this case, an electron pair would instead have a wave function with d-wave symmetry, resembling a four-leaf clover that has its lobes aligned along the crystal axes.
In the d-wave case, the wave function of the electron pair resembles a four-leaf clover, with lobes aligned along the crystal axes of the material (see illustration below).
It is made up of bosons called excitons&nbsp;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.

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