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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of divalent

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of divalent:
/dajvejlənt/

Derived Form of divalent

adjective
comparitive: more divalent
superlative: most divalent
Adjective
1
having a valence of two or having two valences
Synonymsbivalent,
See alsovalence,

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  1. monovalent, divalent etc. If the divalent ions are present it will be moving at a faster
  2. We are going from trivalent to divalent indium.
  3. divalent tin ions, at a concentration of 0.01
  4. metallic ions mainly divalent metallic ions like; calcium and magnesium. The presence
  5. is coarse because of divalent cations especially the presence of calcium and magnesium causes
  6. monovalent then naturally the diffused layer will be longer compared to divalent or trivalent
  7. should be the divalent species which would be in turn be followed by the other monovalent
  8. and magnesium combined with R plus 2 Na plus anion because calcium and magnesium are divalent
  9. as far apart as possible that would be stabilized by some positively charged divalent ions or
  10. into the solvent and the functioning portion of the heme is the tetra coordinated divalent
  11. sodium cations and chloride anions, whereas magnesium is divalent. So,
  12. This is the divalent oxide, and this is the tetravalent oxide of
  13. So, you need a divalent ion first to make it high affinity
  14. You cook them up with some divalent cations at very high concentrations,
  15. valent ion and a trivalent ion or a divalent ion so from the dilute solutions we can easily
  16. remove the divalent ion with the exchange of single valent ion but if you put another
  17. telling us it's only divalent.
  18. divalent, and they're both in p orbitals that are