hydroxonium ion


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hydroxonium ion

(ˌhaɪdrɒkˈsəʊnɪəm) or

hydroxium

n
(Chemistry) a positive ion, H3O+, formed by the attachment of a proton to a water molecule: occurs in solutions of acids and behaves like a hydrogen ion. Also called: hydronium ion
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The electrical conductivity in the sample depends on the concentration of hydroxonium ions on the surface; see (12).
The mechanism of hydroxonium ions transfer can be assumed via the Grotthuss mechanism and/or vehicle mechanism [34] under the effect of temperatures and the electric force.
In the event of carbon dioxide adsorption, proton and hydroxonium ions in two types of samples are charged carriers.