Atomicity

[chemistry] Atomicity is the total number of atoms present in one molecule of an element or a substance. == Example == Consider the formation of hydrogen chloride (HCl) from hydrogen (H) and chlorine (Cl). The balanced chemical equation can be written as: H2 (g) + Cl2 (g) → 2HCl (g) 1 volume + 1 volume → 2 volumes n molecules + n molecu...
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Atomicity

At`o·mic'i·ty noun [ Confer French atomicité .] (Chemistry) Degree of atomic attraction; equivalence; valence; also (a later use) the number of atoms in an elementary molecule. See Valence .
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atomicity

<chemistry> Degree of atomic attraction; equivalence; valence; also (a later use) the number of atoms in an elementary molecule. See Valence. ... Origin: Cf. F. Atomicite. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Atomicity

• (n.) Degree of atomic attraction; equivalence; valence; also (a later use) the number of atoms in an elementary molecule. See Valence.
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atomicity

Number of atoms of an element that combine together to form a molecule. A molecule of oxygen (O2) has atomicity 2; sulphur (S8) has atomicity 8
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Atomicity

[database systems] In database systems, atomicity (or atomicness; from Greek a-tomos, undividable) is one of the ACID transaction properties. In an atomic transaction, a series of database operations either all occur, or nothing occurs. A guarantee of atomicity prevents updates to the database occurring only partially, which can cause great...
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