An electro-negative atom or group of atoms, or the element which, in electro-chemical decompositions, is evolved at the anode; -- opposed to cation.
Neutral atom that gains an electron and becomes negatively charged.
a chemical species with a negative charge.
ion that has negative charge
A negatively charged atom; an atom with more electrons than protons.
(an´ eye one) • An ion with one or more negative charges. (Contrast with cation.)
A negatively charged atom or group of atoms. Anions have more electrons (negatively charged) than protons (positively charged) which gives them a net negative charge.
Negatively charged ion such as hydroxide (OH-), carbonate (CO3=), phosphate (PO4=).
Any negatively charged ion; the opposite of cation.
a ion with a negative electrical charge, e
an atom or group of atoms that contains more electrons than protons
an atom or group of atoms that contains more situation
an atom or group of atoms with a negative charge
an atom or molecule, which has an extra electron attached to it (from its neutral state)
a negatively charged particle
An atom or molecule carrying one or more surplus electrons, and therefore having a negative charge.
Negatively charged ion. For instance, OH- is an anion.
An atom or molecule with a negative charge.
Negative ion. Alkali, molten carbonate and solid oxide fuel cells are "anion-mobile" cells — anions migrate through the electrolyte toward the anode.
An atom or group of atoms that have a negative electric charge. An "anionic detergent surfactant" is attracted to soil that carries a positive electric charge. Anionic chemicals are mostly used by manufacturers to create foam.
an atom or molecule which has a negative electrical charge. (see: ion)
A negatively charged chemical. Nitrate and chloride (Cl-) are examples of anions.
Negatively charged atom or radical.
A negatively charged ion in solution, such as bicarbonate, chloride, or sulfate. An anion [such as chloride (Cl-)] may result from the dissociation of a salt, acid, or alkali.
An ion with a negative charge.
An ion or radical which is attracted to the anode because of the negative charge. See also cation and ion.
the ion in an electrolyzed solution that migrates to the anode: a negatively charged ion.
Anion - A negatively charged chemical.
The ion which is attracted to the anode.
An anion is a negatively charged ion, i.e., one that would be attracted to the anode in electrolysis. The opposite of cation.
A negatively charged ion. ( 099)
a negatively charged ion (eg. Cl-(aq.)).
Ions with a negative charge
Negatively charged ion in solution. When minerals dissolve in water, they form ions that have a tiny positive or negative electrical charge. John Comer, Indiana Geological Survey.
Compare with cation. An anion is a negatively charged ion. Nonmetals typically form anions.
A negative charged ion.
a negatively charged ion. Ie/ When Coral Calcium is introduced to liquid it becomes an anion or ionized.
Negatively charged ion in a solution.
A negatively charged ion, i.e. an ion that is attracted to the positive electrode (cathode) in electrolysis (e.g. Cl-)
A negatively charged ion (e.g., PO4-, NO3-)
Negatively charged ion that is attracted to a positively charged anode.
A negatively charge ion.
A negatively charged ion in an electrolyte solution, attracted to the anode under the influence of a difference in electrical potential.
A negatively charged ion. The ion in an electrolyzed solution that migrates to the anode.
A negatively charged ion (Cl-, NO3-, S2- etc.)
A negatively charged ion or group of atoms.
An ion having a negative charge.
An ion carrying a negative charge
An ion that migrates to the anode in an electrical cell; a negatively charged ion.
Refers to the chemical ions present that carry a negative charge in contrast to cations, which carry a positive charge. There must be equal amounts of positive and negative charged ions in any water sample. Following are the common anions in their order of decreasing concentration for most lakes: bicarbonate (HCO3-), sulfate (SO4--), chloride (Cl-), carbonate (CO3--), nitrate (NO3-), nitrite (NO2-), and phosphates (H2PO4-, HPO4--, and P04--).
An electro-negative ion.
Anioni Anjon A negative ion that is formed when an atom gains electrons
When a salt is dissolved it has two charged molecules: a cation (positively charged) which can behave as an acid and an anion (negatively charged) which can act as a base. If a surface has a positive charge it is called anionic and can be used to capture negatively charged molecules.
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An ion bearing a negative charge.
a negatively charged ion; e.g., the chloride ion (Cl-)
a negatively charged ion. Examples: chloride and sulfate.
A negatively charged ion (chloride Cl- or bicarbonate HCO3-)
(an'-i-on) A negatively charged ion.
A negatively charged ion that, during hydrolysis, is attracted to positively charged surfaces.
ion that carries a negative charge.
a negatively charged ion, i.e., an ion that migrates to the anode in an electrolyzed solution.