What is another word for ion?

Pronunciation: [ˈa͡ɪɒn] (IPA)

The word "ion" is commonly used in chemistry to describe an atom or molecule that has gained or lost an electron, resulting in a net electrical charge. There are several synonyms for the word "ion" that can be used interchangeably, including cation, anion, and ionized particle. A cation is a positively charged ion, which has lost one or more electron(s), while an anion is a negatively charged ion that has gained electrons. Ionized particle refers to any particle that has undergone the process of ionization, regardless of its charge. These synonyms for the word "ion" are essential terms used in the study of chemistry and are often used to describe the behavior of atoms and molecules within chemical reactions and systems.

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  • Reverse Entailment

    • Proper noun, singular
      ionic.
    • Noun, singular or mass
      ionic.
  • Other Related

    • Adjective
      ion-exchange.

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Usage examples for Ion

The smoke from the rifles indicated clearly that the front line held by the Indians extended along where Third Street or Avenue now is until Marion Street was past, where it curved towards the bay.
"Memoirs of Orange Jacobs"
Orange Jacobs
Don't you think Aunt Marion will let us belong, Helen?
"Ethel Morton at Chautauqua"
Mabell S. C. Smith
And Aunt Marion is in this year's class.
"Ethel Morton at Chautauqua"
Mabell S. C. Smith

Famous quotes with Ion

  • Since hydrogen is a constituent of most of our electrolytic solvents, the definition of an acid or base as a substance which gives up or takes up hydrogen ion would be more general than the one we used before, but it would not be universal.
    Gilbert Newton Lewis
  • We frequently define an acid or a base as a substance whose aqueous solution gives, respectively, a higher concentration of hydrogen ion or of hydroxide ion than that furnished by pure water. This is a very one sided definition.
    Gilbert Newton Lewis
  • Today 29-9-34 ion the garden, rockery side, looking up to the house where Bone was working, sky bluish, very gentle, I looked without theories or self consciousness. This happens very seldom, though I can prolong the delight if I prevent my engines from restarting.
    E. M. Forster

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