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- positively charged nucleus). The opposite of electronegativity is electropositivity: a measure of an element's ability to donate electrons. Caesium is...
- Electropositive metals (EPMs) are a new cl**** of shark repellent materials that produce a measurable voltage when immersed in an electrolyte such as seawater...
- cl**** of oxides wherein the electropositive element is in excess relative to the “normal” oxides. When the electropositive element is a metal, the compounds...
- bi****hide ion is Bi3−. Bi****hides are compounds of bi****h with more electropositive elements. They are intermetallic compounds, containing partially metallic...
- Antimonides (sometimes called stibnides) are compounds of antimony with more electropositive elements. The antimonide ion is Sb3−. Some antimonides are semiconductors...
- electronic counter-countermeasures Electropermanent magnet Electropositive metal, in electropositive shark repellent Elevated plus maze, a rodent-based model...
- included, because especially the group 3 elements and lanthanides are electropositive elements with only one main oxidation state like the group 1 and 2...
- An aluminide is a compound that has aluminium with more electropositive elements. Since aluminium is near the nonmetals on the periodic table, it can...
- NaBH(O2CCH3)3 + 3 H2 Related reactions occur for hydrides of other electropositive elements, e.g. lithium aluminium hydride. The alkyl derivatives of...
- forward. If M1 is more electropositive than M2, it is thermodynamically favorable for the R group to coordinate to the less electropositive M2. M1–R + M2–X...