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Definition of Univalent

Univalent
Univalent U*niv"a*lent, a. [Uni- + L. valens, -entis, p. pr. See Valence.] (Chem.) Having a valence of one; capable of combining with, or of being substituted for, one atom of hydrogen; monovalent; -- said of certain atoms and radicals.

Meaning of Univalent from wikipedia

- Univalent may refer to: Univalent function – an injective holomorphic function on an open subset of the complex plane Univalent foundations – a type-based...
- Univalent foundations are an approach to the foundations of mathematics in which mathematical structures are built out of objects called types. Types...
- holomorphic function on an open subset of the complex plane is called univalent if it is injective. Consider the application ϕ a {\displaystyle \phi _{a}}...
- overlap between the work referred to as homotopy type theory, and as the univalent foundations project. Although neither is precisely delineated, and the...
- the Milnor conjecture and motivic Bloch–Kato conjectures and for the univalent foundations of mathematics and homotopy type theory. Vladimir Voevodsky's...
- Lewis diagrams. Valence is defined by the IUPAC as: The maximum number of univalent atoms (originally hydrogen or chlorine atoms) that may combine with an...
- Four covalent bonds. Carbon has four valence electrons and here a valence of four. Each hydrogen atom has one valence electron and is univalent....
- and 5 to 25. Functional (also called right-unique, right-definite or univalent): for all x in X, and y and z in Y, if xRy and xRz then y = z; such a...
- homotopy type theory. Altenkirch was part of the 2012/2013 special year on univalent foundations at the Institute for Advanced Study. At Nottingham he co-chairs...
- generalizes the notion of a univalent semigroup. The Loewner differential equation has led to inequalities for univalent functions that pla**** an important...
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