- unity of interest,
- unity ticket,
- universal affirmative,
- universal beam
Origin of univalent
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Monoxide, mo-nok′sīd, n. an oxide containing a single oxygen atom in combination with two univalent atoms or one bivalent atom.
In one series the metals are univalent and the salts have formulas like those of the sodium salts.
Silver acts as a univalent element and calcium as a divalent element in the formation of their respective nitrates and chlorides.
These compounds, when dissolved in water, dissociate in such a way as to form simple, univalent metallic ions which are colorless.
As will be shown later in the chapter, the group NH4 in this compound acts as a univalent radical and is known as ammonium.