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a particle that is electrically charged (positive or negative)

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The positive ions were joined with a single chlorine atom that was a negative ion.
Unlike the ENaC receptor, this second receptor for salt taste is affected by the size of the salt's negative ion, such that salts with smaller negative ions taste more salty.
2: MS/MS spectra of emodin (A) obtained using negative ion electrospray and its proposed decomposition mechanism (B).
In the theoretical study of photo-detachment of negative ions, the detached-electronicwave function is necessary to compute electron flux and total cross-section for the system under study.
Detailed compositional comparison of acidic NSO compounds in biodegraded reservoir and surface crude oils by negative ion electrospray Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry.
The penetration of the normal state and the negative ion stimulation increased as time increased.
These advanced lighting products contain built-in negative ion generators that release negative ions into the air, attracting unhealthy positive particles, such as dust, mold, pet dander and even tobacco smoke.
The facility will have two test stands, one for testing negative ion sources and one for testing a full-size, one-megavolt ITER neutral beam injector.
Other MS tools have the capability to predict negative ion fragmentation and feature new file formats for IAE/MS data importation.
Now, with the Ioneat, negative ion drying is just an arm's reach away.
SGP-SNA adopts the special film, which generates negative ion, to wrap sushi.
Papers are in sections on neutral beam systems, fundamental processes, hydrogen and deuterium negative ion sources, applications, and extraction, acceleration, transport, and neutralization of ions.
In an earlier study linked to an investigation of why negatively charged ions kill bacteria, Goheen found that discharging a negative ion source into a flask containing a little water created ozone in the neighborhood of 1,500 parts per billion (ppb)--vastly higher than the U.
He suggested that dissolved electrolytes were indeed completely dissociated in solution but that each positive ion was attended by a cloud of negative ions, while each negative ion was attended by a cloud of positive ions.
It relies on the fact that carbon-14 readily forms a negative ion, whereas nitrogen-14, its closest competitor for mass selection, does not.