interionic

in·ter·i·on·ic

 (ĭn′tər-ī-ŏn′ĭk)
adj.
Located or occurring between ions.
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interionic

(ˌɪntəraɪˈɒnɪk)
adj
situated between, or occurring between, ions
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In plasma, consisting of charged and neutral particles, the interionic force between particles shows electromagnetic in nature.
The electric current in a metal conductor of a high -current circuit at room temperature (about [T.sub.0]=293 K [8]) of surrounding its air medium is a superposition of a rapid (with an average thermal velocity [v.sub.eT] of the order of 105 m/s [11, 12]) of random motion in interatomic or interionic space of free electrons (elementary particles -fennions [8]) and slow (with an average velocity [v.sub.eD] of the order of [10.sup.-2] m/s [11, 12]) of the directed displacement (drift) of the <<electron gas>> in the internal crystal structure of the conductor.
This can possibly be due to the interionic interactions caused by the presence of -S[O.sub.3]H groups which inhibited the segmental motion of the copolymers [44],
An interionic bond forms when a highly electropositive metal ion is combined with a highly electronegative non-metal ion.
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