User talk:211.121.168.82

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October 2014[edit]

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  • number of valence [[Chemical bond|bonds]]. Species with a single charge are univalent (monovalent)). For example, the Cs<sup>+</sup> [[cation]] is a univalent or monovalent cation, whereas the Ca<

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