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Definition of Tervalent
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Literary usage of Tervalent
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1. Organic Compounds of Arsenic & Antimony by Gilbert Thomas Morgan (1918)
"A similar connection was traced by Ehrlich among the aromatic derivatives of arsenic, those containing tervalent arsenic being much more potent ..."
2. Organic Chemistry for Advanced Students by Julius Berend Cohen (1907)
"STEREOCHEMISTRY OF tervalent NITROGEN Geometrical Isomerism of the Oximes. ... If tervalent nitrogen, to take the simplest case, has linked to it three ..."
3. A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1912)
"The warm, dilute sulphuric acid solution of titanic salt is reduced to the tervalent condition by means of zinc, aluminium-magnesium alloy, ..."
4. The Electronic Conception of Valence and the Constitution of Benzene by Harry Shipley Fry (1921)
"methyl carbon atom, and also shows how the para-carbon atom in formula I. for triphenylmethyl is rendered tervalent in the tautomeric modification of ..."
5. A Text-book of Organic Chemistry by Arnold Frederik Holleman (1910)
"tervalent carbon atoms in direct union: R-CH-CH-R'. 3. A double bond between two carbon atoms: R-CH:CH-R'. For several reasons the preference is given to ..."
6. A Text-book of Organic Chemistry by Arnold Frederick Holleman, Andrew Jamieson Walker, Owen E. Mott (1907)
"1. Two free bonds on two carbon atoms directly linked to one another: R-CH-CH-R'. ni ni 2. tervalent carbon atoms in direct ..."
7. The Metals of the Rare Earths by James Frederick Spencer (1919)
"The value of A = \9U - \32 for a tervalent cation and a bivalent anion should, according to the Ostwald-Walden rule, have the value 60, but this value is ..."