ionic

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  • Both of these effects may be present and competing in complex ionic systems.
  • The non-ionic contrast media is much more widely used today.
  • In addition its high ionic strength causes more ion movement and less protein movement.
  • Some are absorbed much more readily in the ionic forms found in such sources.
  • In order to detect them, these have to be converted into their ionic forms.
  • So they make a strong ionic bond in between them to form nucleosome.
  • During this time, the building gained its famous stone Ionic columns.
  • A column of the ionic order is nine times its lower diameter.
  • If no ionic contact were provided, this charge difference would quickly prevent the further flow of electrons.
  • A non-ionic surfactant has no charge groups in its head.
  • When the metal has more than one possible ionic charge or oxidation number the name becomes ambiguous.
  • The ionic complex is then removed and broken down by the reticuloendothelial system.
  • Ionic contrast media typically, but not always, have higher osmolality and more side-effects.
  • In such cases, the condensed formula only need be complex enough to show at least one of each ionic species.
  • Non-charged, higher molecular weight, and less mobile ionic species will not typically be significantly removed.
  • The first section is a square with each corner of the square marked by three engaged columns in the Ionic order.
  • However he is able to send back some ionic energy to Dallas, restoring her legs.
  • The bond valence model can be reduced to the traditional ionic model if certain conditions are satisfied.
  • No fragments of architecture belonging to the Ionic order have been found from this time.
  • Some minerals are absorbed much more readily in the ionic forms found in such sources.
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Meaning of ionic

  • adjective Containing or involving or occurring in the form of ions
    ionic charge, ionic crystals, ionic hydrogen
  • adjective Of or pertaining to the ionic order of classical greek architecture
  • adjective Of or relating to ionia or its inhabitants or its language