Meaning cationic
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Related to positively charged ions.
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(adj) of or relating to cations
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An ion with a positive charge.
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A substance or class of detergents that are locally corrosive, causing skin, eye, and mucous membrane injury similar to that of alkaline corrosive agents.
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In reference to an atom with a positive charge.
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Possessing a positive electrical charge. Cationic detergents are often used in shampoos because they reduce static electricity and leave the hair manageable.
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The condition of a polymer, colloid, or large particle having exchangeable anions on its surface and an opposite, positive charge on the substrata.
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(chemistry) of, relating to, or being a cation
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