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sin·gle bond

a covalent bond resulting from the sharing of one pair of electrons, for example, H3C-CH3 (ethane).

sin·gle bond

(sing'gĕl bond)
A covalent bond resulting from the sharing of one pair of electrons; e.g., H3C-CH3 (ethane).
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In a sign that confidence is returning, corporate bond investors did not ask the Bank to buy a single bond on Tuesday for the first time since March 9.
The $131,565,000 bond received an Aa2 rating by Moody's Investors Service and represents the largest single bond issue brought to the market by an Arkansas school district, First Security said.
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2] becomes complexed between two hafnocenes, effectively reducing the triple bond to a single bond.
Multiple parties having common liability may file a single bond satisfying the above criteria.
The bond distances around C(7A) and C(7B) are usual shorter than single bond values They may also appear to bear a partial double bond character.
Yet the odds of any single bond collecting a prize in the monthly draw are 24,000 to one.
NS&I spokesman Jonathan Akerman says chances of a prize on any single Bond have halved - from 11,500-1 in 1957, when Bonds were launched, to around 24,000-1 today.
No professional would ever do what many retail investors do and put all of his eggs into one basket, buying just a single bond issue.
1] and the C-O single bond stretch of the acetate group at 1,242 [cm.
The city's financial advisors have estimated savings of as much as $1 million for a single bond issue, based on the size of the issue and financial conditions at the time of sale.