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An atom that has a change in its electrical charge
Stephen James - 22 June 2021

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An atom or a molecule that has a positive or negative electrical charge. Examples are sodium, potassium, calcium, chloride, and phosphate. These ions help move nutrients into cells, help move waste ou [..]
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An atom, molecule or compound that carries either a positive (cation) or negative (anion) electrical charge.
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(eye-on) An atom that has gained or lost electrons, thus acquiring a charge.
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An atom or molecule that has acquired a charge by either gaining or losing electrons. An atom or molecule with missing electrons has a net positive charge and is called a cation; one with extra electr [..]
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An atom or group of atoms that is electrically charged.
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An atom that has a positive or negative charge
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Electrically charged atomic or molecular particle which can be generated from a neutral atom or molecule by electron separation or caption, or by electrolytical dissociation of molecules in solutions.
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An atom that has an electrical charge, by virtue of having gained or lost electrons. see cation, anion
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1834, introduced by English physicist and chemist Michael Faraday (suggested by the Rev. William Whewell, English polymath), coined from Greek ion, neuter present participle of ienai "go," f [..]
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An atom or molecule that has been stripped of one or more of its orbiting electrons, thus giving it a net positive electric charge. Technically, an atom which gains an electron (thus giving it a net n [..]
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Atom that becomes positively or negatively charged due to the loss or gain of an electron. See also Anion and Cation.
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An electrically charged atom, molecule, or particle.
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Ion is used as a replacement for "I don't". This can be found especially on twitter.
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A word for idiots who don't know how to, or for some reason don't want to, spell out "i don't", making themselves look like morons.
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An ion is a molecule with a positive or negative charge.
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A term referring to a woman whose appearance can range from really good looking to downright ugly. As a result, males cannot categorize such a female on a scale of 1-10 as her ranking is incredibly vo [..]
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Ion; the Internation Order of Ninjas. The Internation Order of Ninjas is a non-profit organization dedicated to the betterment of ninjas world wide. They aid in the exploration of the "Theori [..]
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An acronym for in other news, used to abruptly segue into a different topic in the same post. In more humorous uses, it can 'ironically' segue into something actually strongly related [..]
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Brett Gill's favorite word. This word is used by illiterate people who are to lazy to use proper grammar. Word translates to "I don't"
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electrically charged atom or group of atoms, formed by the atom having gained or lost an electron.
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(1) An atom that has too many or too few electrons, causing it to have an electrical charge, and therefore, be chemically active. (2) An electron that is not associated (in orbit) with a nucleus.
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an atom or small molecule which carries a positive or negative charge.
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An atom with one or more electrons removed (or added), giving the atom a positive (or negative) charge.
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An electrically charged particle. In soils, an ion refers to an electrically charged element or combination of elements.
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An atom or group of atoms that carries a negative (anion) or positive (cation) charge, formed by the breakup (disassociation) of molecules as happens when certain molecules or compounds are dissolved [..]
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An atom or a molecule with one or more positive or negative charges. Example, table salt is made up of sodium ions, Na+
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a charged atom or molecule.
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an atom or group of atoms that carries either a positive (cation) or negative (anion) electrical charge because of having lost or gained an electron. Ions play a key role in many biochemical reactions.
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An atom with one or more electrons removed (or added), giving the atom a positive (or negative) charge.
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An electrically charged atom. It has either lost or gained one or more electrons.
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an atom or molecule which has gained or lost one or more of its valence electrons, giving it a net positive or negative electrical charge.Examples: alpha particle He2+, hydroxide OH-
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An atom or molecule where the total number of electrons is not equal to the total number of protons, giving it a net positive or negative electrical charge.
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(i´on) An atom or group of atoms that has either lost or gained electrons and thus has a net positive or a net negative charge. ionization
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An electrically charged particle. Ions may be negatively or positively charged.
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  Atom with an unbalanced electrical charge caused by the loss or gain of one or more electrons.
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Atom or group of atoms with an electrical charge resulting from the loss or gain of electrons.
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An atom or molecule that is electrically-charged because of loss or gain of electrons.
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An atom or molecule that has acquired an electrical charge by gaining or losing one or more electrons.
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chemistry - an element or molecule dissolved in water with a net positive or negative electrical charge
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An atom or molecule that has lost or gained electrons to become either negatively or positively charged.
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An atom, or chemical combination of atoms, that has a net electric charge.
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An atom in a solution that is charged, either positively (cations) or negatively (anions).
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An ion is a charged particle (atom or molecule). Positive ions, which have been stripped of one or more of their outer shell electrons, are generally employed for ion implantation processes, because they are easier to produce in abundance in an ion source.
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An atom with more or fewer electrons than those needed to cancel the electronic charge of the nucleus. An ion is an atom with a net electric charge.
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An atom or a group of atoms having an electric charge.
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an atom that has fewer or more electrons than it has protons, causing it to have an electrical charge and, therefore, be chemically reactive.
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An ion is an electrically charged atom. In a neutral atom, the number of protons in the nucleus is balanced by the number of electrons around the nucleus. If an electron is knocked away from the nucle [..]
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An atomic particle that is electrically charged, either negative or positive.
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HP An ion is an electrically charged atom. In a neutral atom, the number of protons in the nucleus is balanced by the number of electrons around the nucleus. If an electron is knocked away from the n [..]
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a charged atom
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An ion is a charged Atom or molecule. The ion is charged because the number of Electrons do not equal the number of Protons in the atom or molecule. If the atom or molecule contains an excess of electrons it will be negatively charged (e.g. OH-) where as if it is depleted in electrons it will have a net positive charge (e.g. H+).
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(n) a particle that is electrically charged (positive or negative); an atom or molecule or group that has lost or gained one or more electrons
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Electrically charged atom or group of atoms.
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An electrically charged molecule or atom is known as an ion because it has gained or lost electrons from its normal complement, a process known as ionization.
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An atom that is electrically charged as a result of having more or less electrons than protons (Lessons 8, 10, 11, 13, 14, 23)
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an atom or a group of atoms that has an electric charge. Positive ions, or cations, are formed by the loss of electrons; negative ions, or anions, are formed by the gain of electrons.
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 - Part of a molecule or group of atoms, positively or negatively charged, that transports electricity.
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An atom having either a shortage or excess of electrons.
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— an atom or group of atoms that has either gained or lost electrons and so has an electrical change.
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Addition of an electron to the electron shell of an atom creates a negative (or "negative charged") ion (Anion), eliminating an electron from the shell causes a positiv ion (Kation). [..]
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An ion is an atom that is being orbited by a different number of electrons than the number of protons in its nucleus. If it has too many electrons to be neutral it will have a negative charge and be c [..]
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An atom or group of atoms which is electrically charged. Depending on how they were created - through release or absorption of electrons - ions can be either positively charged (Cations) or negatively [..]
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a positively or negatively charged atom or molecule.
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An Ion is a positively or negatively charged atom or molecule.
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A charged atom or molecularly bound group of atoms; sometimes also a free electron or other charged subatomic particle.
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a charged atom or radical, which may be positive or negative.
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An Ion is a positively or negatively charged atom or molecule.
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An atom or a group of atoms that has acquired a net electric charge by gaining or losing one or more electrons open circuit: A circuit with a break in the path.
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A particle, atom, or group of atoms carrying either a positive or negative charge, i.e. Na+2, SO4-2, PO4–3.
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an isolated electron or positron; an atom or molecule which by loss or gain of one or more electrons has acquired a net electric charge.
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Removing or adding electrons to an atom creates an ion (a charged object very similar to an atom).
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An atom which has lost or gained electrons and become charged.
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charged particle resulting from the loss or gain of one or more electrons from an atom or molecule.
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Illustrated Glossary of Organic Chemistry Ion: An atom with a non-zero formal charge, or a molecule in which one or more atoms have a non-zero formal charge. Cations: Na+ Sodium cation Ammonium cation [..]
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usually, an atom from which one or more electrons have been torn off, leaving a positively charged particle. "Negative ions" are atoms which have acquired one or more extra electrons [..]
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An electrically charged atom or group of atoms.
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An electrically charged atom or group of atoms.
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an atom or group of atoms that carries a positive or negative electric charge as a result of having lost or gained one or more electrons.
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Positively-charged atomic nuclei that have been stripped of their Electrons. These particles have one or more units of electric charge and a mass exceeding that of the Helium-4 nucleus (Alpha Particle [..]
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Stable Elementary Particles having the smallest known positive charge, found in the nuclei of all Elements. The proton mass is less than that of a Neutron. A proton is the nucleus of the Light Hydroge [..]
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A Potassium-selective Ion Channel blocker. (From J Gen Phys 1994;104(1):173-90)
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An atom or group of atoms possessing a positive or negative electric charge as a result of having lost or gained an electron.
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Institute of Navigation (USA)
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Atom or molecule that has acquired an electric charge by the loss or gain of one or more electrons.
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An ion is an atom or group of atoms (molecule) whose number of electrons is not equal to the number of protons. An ion is a charged particle due to the unbalanced electron/proton numbers —more pr [..]
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An atom or group of atoms in which the number of electrons is different from the number of protons.
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An electrically charged atom, formed by the loss or gain of one or more electron.
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An electrically charged atom, radical (such as SO42–), or molecule formed by the loss or gain of one or more electrons.
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An atom or group of atoms that has gained or lost electrons and has an electrical charge.
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An atom or a compound with a net (positive or negative) electrical charge.
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An atom or molecule with a positive or negative electrical charge. Positively charged ions are cations, and negatively charged ions are anions.
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An atom, molecule or compound that carries either a positive (cation) or negative (anion) electrical charge.
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An atom, or group of atoms, which function as a unit, and have a positive or negative electrical charge due to the gain or loss of one or more electrons.
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Atom that becomes positively or negatively charged due to the loss or gain of an electron. (See anion, cation)
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Atom that has gained or lost an electron and thus carries an electrical charge.
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A charged particle.
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an electrically charged atom due to the loss or gain of one or more electrons.
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An electrically charged atom. Ions are either positively or negatively charged. See "Positive Ions" and "Negative Ions".
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An atom with one or more electrons removed (or added), giving the atom a positive (or negative) charge.
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An atom with fewer electrons in orbit than the number of protons in the nucleus is a positive ion. An atom with a greater number of electrons in orbit than the number of protons in the nucleus is a ne [..]
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An ion is an atom which has lost or gained one or more electrons so that it has a net electrical charge. Normally atoms have equal numbers of negatively charged electrons and positively charged proton [..]
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An atom or radical in solution carrying an integral electric charge, either positive (cat ion) or negative (anion).
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(Greek mythology) Son of Creusa and Xuthus, and the ancestor of Ionian people. ----
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