In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The functional groups of iron hydroxides may sequestrate some cations and anions.
- It's easy to make a high oxidation state in an anion because an anion is electron-rich.
- All the positively charged ions, or cations, are together on the right side of the collage, and all the negatively charged ions, or anions, are on the left.
- Cations within the middle solution are attracted to one electrode and anions to the other.
- An ionic compound is composed of a network of ions that results in a three-dimensional matrix of cations and anions.
- Protons diffuse across a membrane from the anode chamber to the cathode chamber, where they react with the anions to form water or ferrocyanide ions.
- A typical reaction of such compounds is to accept an additional electron from an anion or to share electrons with an anion to gain a stable octet.
- During electrolysis an anion is attracted to the anode (positive electrode).
- When two atoms swap electrons to produce a cation and an anion, the two ions are attracted to each other.
- For ions dissolved in water, the rapid exchange of water molecules around the cation usually provides the space for an anion to approach the cation.
- The molecules or anions attached to the central atom are called coordinating groups or ligands.
- To balance the influx of positive charge, organic anions, principally malate, and chloride are also accumulated.
- Non-metals accept electrons in forming anions while metals donate electrons to form cations.
- The cation is positively charged, and the anion is negatively charged.
- It is called a cation if a positive charge exists and an anion if a negative charge exists.
- Nitric oxide can react with superoxide anions to produce peroxynitrite anions, thus quenching the biological effects of NO.
- Cations and anions can only exist in ionic compounds, nearly all of which are solids at room temperature, or in solution.
- In an ionic compound there are two different types of ions present, the positively charged cations and the negatively charged anions.
- These water molecules are ripped apart and change into hydroxyl anions, each of which is negatively charged and has one oxygen ion with a proton attached.
- Crystals of table salt consist of equal numbers of sodium cations and chlorine anions, cation-anion pairs being held together by a force of attraction.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.