Traducción de ion en Español:


ión, n.

Pronunciación /ˈʌɪən//ˈaɪˌɑn//ˈaɪən/


  • 1

    ión masculino
    • It creates electrically charged particles called corona ions which are carried away from the cable by the wind.
    • Switching off the electric field allows the ions to drop onto the silicon, where they bond to the surface in this pattern.
    • The bacteria also release protons or hydrogen ions, which go into solution.
    • You can take away the electron and make an ion, but you can't take away any neutrons.
    • A buffer is a system of chemicals that combines with an excess of hydrogen ions or hydroxide ions.
    • If just protons or sodium ions are present, the condition is not fulfilled and the logical molecule remains zeroed.
    • The methanol reacts with water in the presence of a catalyst to produce hydrogen ions and electrons.
    • Like the Solar Wind, the magnetosphere is full of plasma, consisting of ions and electrons.
    • Some compounds have polyatomic ions, where the ion is composed of two or more atoms.
    • The charge on the complex ion is the sum of the charges on the metal ion and the ligands.
    • When he or she begins to perspire they will lose moisture as well electrolytes, or ions.
    • Other atoms will shed or gain electrons, becoming electrically charged ions.
    • The ratio of ions in a formula unit depends on the charges of the ions in the compound.
    • Compounds that attach to metal ions by sharing their electrons are known as ligands.
    • The reactant ions have enough energy to ionise the molecules of interest but not enough to break them up.
    • At that stage, the electrons and ions combined into neutral atoms that no longer scattered the radiation.
    • The net charge on an ion is denoted by a superscript showing both the size and charge.
    • The hydrogen cation, one of the most common ions in the universe, is just a lone proton.
    • He discovered that power lines produce electrically charged particles called corona ions.
    • The acidity of a substance is determined by how readily it donates hydrogen ions or protons.