boron: have higher ionization energy than fluorine

from Quasimodo
0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 Plausible Typical Remarkable Salient

Related concepts

Parents mineral
Weight: 0.67
, ion
Weight: 0.65
, heavy metal
Weight: 0.64
, material
Weight: 0.64
, element
Weight: 0.60
Siblings magnesium oxide
Weight: 0.38
, calcium ion
Weight: 0.37
, magnesium carbonate
Weight: 0.37
, iron oxide
Weight: 0.37
, hydrogen sulfide
Weight: 0.36

Related properties

Property Similarity
have higher ionization energy than fluorine 1.00
have larger atomic radius than fluorine 0.86
is good neutron absorber 0.80
is neutron absorber 0.80
is paramagnetic 0.80
is hydride 0.80
be nonpolar trifluoride 0.78
have 6 neutrons 0.78
contain 6 neutrons 0.77
be stable with 6 electrons 0.77

Priors about this statement

Cues

0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 Joint Necessity Sufficiency Implication Entailment Contradiction Entropy

Evidence

0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 Plausible Typical Remarkable Salient

Clauses

Salient implies Plausible

0.19
Rule weight: 0.28
Evidence weight: 0.68
Similarity weight: 1.00
Evidence: 0.35
Plausible(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)
Evidence: 0.50
¬ Salient(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)

Similarity expansion

0.66
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.97
Similarity weight: 0.80
Evidence: 0.23
Typical(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)
Evidence: 0.04
¬ Typical(boron, is paramagnetic)
0.65
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.95
Similarity weight: 0.80
Evidence: 0.83
Remarkable(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)
Evidence: 0.29
¬ Remarkable(boron, is good neutron absorber)
0.64
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.87
Similarity weight: 0.86
Evidence: 0.83
Remarkable(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)
Evidence: 0.73
¬ Remarkable(boron, have larger atomic radius than fluorine)
0.63
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.96
Similarity weight: 0.77
Evidence: 0.83
Remarkable(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)
Evidence: 0.24
¬ Remarkable(boron, be stable with 6 electrons)
0.63
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.92
Similarity weight: 0.80
Evidence: 0.35
Plausible(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)
Evidence: 0.12
¬ Plausible(boron, is paramagnetic)
0.61
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.91
Similarity weight: 0.78
Evidence: 0.83
Remarkable(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)
Evidence: 0.50
¬ Remarkable(boron, have 6 neutrons)
0.61
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.92
Similarity weight: 0.77
Evidence: 0.83
Remarkable(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)
Evidence: 0.44
¬ Remarkable(boron, contain 6 neutrons)
0.59
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.86
Similarity weight: 0.80
Evidence: 0.83
Remarkable(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)
Evidence: 0.80
¬ Remarkable(boron, is paramagnetic)
0.58
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.86
Similarity weight: 0.80
Evidence: 0.50
Salient(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)
Evidence: 0.28
¬ Salient(boron, is paramagnetic)
0.58
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.85
Similarity weight: 0.80
Evidence: 0.50
Salient(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)
Evidence: 0.30
¬ Salient(boron, is good neutron absorber)
0.58
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.86
Similarity weight: 0.78
Evidence: 0.83
Remarkable(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)
Evidence: 0.82
¬ Remarkable(boron, be nonpolar trifluoride)
0.57
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.85
Similarity weight: 0.78
Evidence: 0.23
Typical(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)
Evidence: 0.19
¬ Typical(boron, be nonpolar trifluoride)
0.57
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.86
Similarity weight: 0.77
Evidence: 0.50
Salient(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)
Evidence: 0.27
¬ Salient(boron, contain 6 neutrons)
0.57
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.86
Similarity weight: 0.77
Evidence: 0.50
Salient(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)
Evidence: 0.27
¬ Salient(boron, be stable with 6 electrons)
0.56
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.85
Similarity weight: 0.77
Evidence: 0.35
Plausible(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)
Evidence: 0.23
¬ Plausible(boron, contain 6 neutrons)
0.53
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.80
Similarity weight: 0.78
Evidence: 0.35
Plausible(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)
Evidence: 0.31
¬ Plausible(boron, be nonpolar trifluoride)
0.52
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.78
Similarity weight: 0.78
Evidence: 0.50
Salient(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)
Evidence: 0.44
¬ Salient(boron, be nonpolar trifluoride)
0.52
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.79
Similarity weight: 0.77
Evidence: 0.23
Typical(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)
Evidence: 0.27
¬ Typical(boron, contain 6 neutrons)
0.52
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.76
Similarity weight: 0.80
Evidence: 0.35
Plausible(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)
Evidence: 0.38
¬ Plausible(boron, is good neutron absorber)
0.50
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.76
Similarity weight: 0.77
Evidence: 0.35
Plausible(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)
Evidence: 0.37
¬ Plausible(boron, be stable with 6 electrons)
0.48
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.73
Similarity weight: 0.78
Evidence: 0.50
Salient(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)
Evidence: 0.54
¬ Salient(boron, have 6 neutrons)
0.47
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.65
Similarity weight: 0.86
Evidence: 0.50
Salient(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)
Evidence: 0.70
¬ Salient(boron, have larger atomic radius than fluorine)
0.45
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.62
Similarity weight: 0.86
Evidence: 0.35
Plausible(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)
Evidence: 0.58
¬ Plausible(boron, have larger atomic radius than fluorine)
0.43
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.65
Similarity weight: 0.78
Evidence: 0.35
Plausible(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)
Evidence: 0.54
¬ Plausible(boron, have 6 neutrons)
0.41
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.56
Similarity weight: 0.86
Evidence: 0.23
Typical(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)
Evidence: 0.57
¬ Typical(boron, have larger atomic radius than fluorine)
0.39
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.58
Similarity weight: 0.80
Evidence: 0.23
Typical(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)
Evidence: 0.55
¬ Typical(boron, is good neutron absorber)
0.36
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.55
Similarity weight: 0.77
Evidence: 0.23
Typical(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)
Evidence: 0.58
¬ Typical(boron, be stable with 6 electrons)
0.35
Rule weight: 0.85
Evidence weight: 0.53
Similarity weight: 0.78
Evidence: 0.23
Typical(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)
Evidence: 0.61
¬ Typical(boron, have 6 neutrons)

Typical and Remarkable implies Salient

0.13
Rule weight: 0.14
Evidence weight: 0.91
Similarity weight: 1.00
Evidence: 0.50
Salient(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)
Evidence: 0.23
¬ Typical(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)
Evidence: 0.83
¬ Remarkable(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)

Typical implies Plausible

0.41
Rule weight: 0.48
Evidence weight: 0.85
Similarity weight: 1.00
Evidence: 0.35
Plausible(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)
Evidence: 0.23
¬ Typical(boron, have higher ionization energy than fluorine)