Definición de cation en inglés:

cation

Saltos de línea: cat¦ion
Pronunciación: /ˈkatʌɪən
 
/

sustantivo

Chemistry
A positively charged ion, i.e. one that would be attracted to the cathode in electrolysis. The opposite of anion.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • When two atoms swap electrons to produce a cation and an anion, the two ions are attracted to each other.
  • The key step in a unimolecular reaction is the formation of the carbon cation, or carbonium ion, by the departure of the leaving group.
  • The functional groups of iron hydroxides may sequestrate some cations and anions.

Origen

mid 19th century: from cata- 'alongside' or from cathode, + ion.

Derivativos

cationic

Pronunciación: /katʌɪˈɒnɪk/
adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The primary conditioning ingredients are cationic surfactants, silicones, and polymers.
  • More than a decade of research into nonviral gene delivery has yielded a number of synthetic cationic lipids and polymers with transfection activity.
  • The development of both cationic and anionic exchange materials did not occur until 1935.

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