adjective see ionize

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  • ionizable — ionize (also ionise) ► VERB ▪ convert (an atom, molecule, or substance) into an ion or ions, typically by removing one or more electrons. DERIVATIVES ionizable adjective ionization noun …   English terms dictionary

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  • ionizable — adj. may be ionized, may be changed into ions …   English contemporary dictionary

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