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ionize in Chemistry topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishionizei‧on‧ize (also ionise British English) /ˈaɪənaɪz/ verb [intransitive, transitive]  HCHPto form ions or make them formionization /ˌaɪənaɪˈzeɪʃən $ -nə-/ noun [uncountable]→ See Verb table
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ionizeBy a variety of plausible means much of these gases can escape from Io and become dissociated and ionized.The idea behind the ion motor is to make use of the electrical properties of ionized atoms.If the serum albumin concentration is normal, the total serum calcium level reflects the ionized calcium concentration.Its overall effect is to raise serum ionized calcium levels and lower serum phosphorus levels.Hypocalcemia A decrease in the concentration of ionized calcium precipitates the clinical picture of hypocalcemia.The binding is reversible so that factors that decrease the protein concentration will increase the ionized fraction of calcium in the blood.In addition to cancer inductions, ionizing radiation may have significant effects on pre-natal development and on genetic or hereditary factors.