polyionic

polyionic

/poly·ion·ic/ (-i-on´ik) containing several different ions (e.g., potassium, sodium, etc.), as a polyionic solution.

polyionic

containing a number of different ions, e.g. sodium, potassium, chloride, bicarbonate.

polyionic replacement solutions
used in the treatment of patients with fluid and electrolyte deficit, the choice of solution to be used depending on the exact nature of the deficit. In the uncompromised patient undergoing elective surgery it is usual to use an alkalizing, isotonic solution such as lactated Ringer's.
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Block copolymers comprising polyionic blocks and neutral blocks have been advanced as beneficial for deposition from aqueous solution onto surfaces such as skin and hair.
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The product (or substrate) is bound to a polyionic component, and the binding is detected by any of a variety of conventional methods, including fluorescence polarization.
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Development of these polymer membrane electrodes requires the identification of appropriate ion-complexing agents and membrane chemistries that yield significant potentiometric response to polyionic macromolecules.
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