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i·on·ize

(ī'on-īz),
To separate into ions; to dissociate atoms or molecules into electrically charged atoms or radicals.

ionize

[ī′ənīz]
Etymology: Gk, ienai + izein, to cause
to separate or change into ions. See also ion.

ion·ize

(ī'on-īz)
To separate into ions; to dissociate atoms or molecules into electrically charged atoms or radicals.

ionize

to convert into ions.
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In general, the more ionizable forms of minerals cause greater side effects and "biological disruption" due to their extra-cellularly irritating nature.
AH) (Equation 2), and the pKa values of protein's ionizable groups were calculated with the program PROPKA (Li et al.
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This is invaluable to high voltage applications because without it, contaminants on the surface of the insulators become wet and produce a conductive layer of ionizable material.
The branched, radial polymer will yield a molecule with multiple ionizable functionalities that could provide numerous positions for potential covalent or ionic bonding interactions.
This test was carried out using non ionizable material and operating conditions of 25 kV and atmospheric pressure.
Ionizable polar contaminants are usually salts introduced to the assembly during production via flux activators, human skin, and fabrication plating chemistry.
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Proline has no ionizable groups, and all conformations like cisand transare almost isoenergetic.