Noun(1) the dialect of Ancient Greek spoken and written in Attica and Athens and Ionia
Adjective(1) containing or involving or occurring in the form of ions(2) of or pertaining to the Ionic order of classical Greek architecture(3) of or relating to Ionia or its inhabitants or its language
(1) When the chemical formula of an ionic compound is written down, it is the empirical formula that is used.(2) The oppositely charged ions Na + and Cl - attract to form an ionic bond.(3) In the case of the ionic compound magnesium chloride, the magnesium atom has two electrons more than a full shell.(4) In the present analysis, we seek to develop a method suitable for a broader range of chemical environments ranging from ionic to covalent.(5) It is obvious that serotonin targets multiple ionic conductances to trigger an increase in firing frequency in these cells.(6) When one atom transfers electrons to another, it is called ionic bonding.(7) This aspect of the model permits quite rigorous treatment of two crucial features: ionic repulsion and dielectric variability.(8) The two extremes of molecular bonding are ionic bonds and covalent bonds.(9) Because of the nonuniform membrane polarization, ionic currents during field stimulation also have a spatially nonuniform profile.(10) This difference is expressed in the notation of oxidation state versus ionic charge.(11) Polyatomic ions can combine with oppositely charged ions, through ionic bonding.(12) The bond that formed is called an ionic bond and sodium chloride is called an ionic compound.(13) The venture arose from research by the two men into novel ionic liquids - salts that are molten at room temperature - which can be specifically tailored for biochemical systems.(14) Cs + behaves primarily as a blocker, having an ionic conductance two orders-of-magnitude lower than that of K +.(15) Ionicity is a measure of the degree of sharing: covalent bonds have the lowest ionicity, and ionic bonds have the highest.(16) Remember that ionic bonds are normally strong but very weak in water.
(1) ionic bond :: イオン結合
1. attic ::
Different Formsanionic, ionic, ionics
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