anion

(redirected from anionically)
Also found in: Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia.

an·i·on

 (ăn′ī′ən)
n.
A negatively charged ion, especially the ion that migrates to an anode in electrolysis.

[From Greek, neuter present participle of anienai, to go up : ana-, ana- + ienai, to go; see ei- in Indo-European roots.]

an′i·on′ic (-ŏn′ĭk) adj.
an′i·on′i·cal·ly adv.

anion

(ˈænˌaɪən)
n
(Chemistry) a negatively charged ion; an ion that is attracted to the anode during electrolysis. Compare cation
[C19: from ana- + ion]
anionic adj

an•i•on

(ˈænˌaɪ ən)

n.
1. a negatively charged ion that is attracted to the anode in electrolysis.
2. any negatively charged ion (opposed to cation).
[1825–35; < Greek, neuter of aniṓn, present participle of aniénai to go up]
an`i•on′ic (-ˈɒn ɪk) adj.
an`i•on′i•cal•ly, adv.

an·i·on

(ăn′ī′ən)
An ion that has a negative charge. Hydroxide and chloride ions are anions. Compare cation.

anion

An ion that carries a negative charge, especially one migrating to an anode during electrolysis.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.anion - a negatively charged ion
ion - a particle that is electrically charged (positive or negative); an atom or molecule or group that has lost or gained one or more electrons
hydroxide ion, hydroxyl ion - the anion OH having one oxygen and one hydrogen atom
superoxide anion, superoxide - the univalent anion O2-; "much of the O2 supporting cellular respiration is reduced to the superoxide anion O2-"
Translations
anioni
anion
アニオン陰イオン
anion
anion
ânion
anyon

anion

[ˈænˌaɪən] nanione m
References in periodicals archive ?
By general classification, a CA monomer is an acrylic resin that rapidly polymerizes anionically in the presence of base, forming long, strong polymer chains that bond adjacent substrates together.
The sample has been anionically synthesized and is nearly monodisperse with molecular weight [M.
The addition of BayhydurA XP 2655 or other anionically hydrophilized polyisocyanate hardeners further raises the chemical resistance to the level of modern solvent-free two-component coatings.
Four of these were manufactured from natural rubber (NRA, NR-B, NR-C and NR-D), three were prepared from Cariflex anionically polymerized polyisoprene IR401 latex (AnIR-A, AnIR-B and AnIRC), two were made from Ziegler-Natta polyisoprene latex (ZN-IR-A, ZN-IR-B) and three from chloroprene (CRL-A, CRL-B and CRL-C).
Radically prepared polystyrenes are more susceptible to UV degradation than anionically prepared polystyrenes since they contain double bonds, in-chain peroxide linkages, and other oxygen containing groups, all of which increase the UV absorption/reactivity of the internal and external polystyrene matrix.
The amino functional silanes in some cases are not compatible with anionic emulsions or anionic latexes as they can cause coagulation of anionically stabilized latex particles.
High PVC fast-drying aqueous binder compositions with small particle binders and traffic markings made therewith (provides fast dry binder compositions comprising one or more anionically stabilized emulsion polymer having a weight average particle size of from 100 to 165 nm, one or more polyamine, one or more volatile base and one or more filler, extender and/or pigment in a composition having a %PVC of from 63 to 80.