How to Pronounce Anions?

Correct pronunciation for the word "Anions" is [ˈana͡ɪənz], [ˈana‍ɪənz], [ˈa_n_aɪ_ə_n_z].

"Anions" in context

Anions are negatively charged ions that form when an atom or molecule gains an electron. It is opposite to a cation, which is positively charged. Examples of anions include hydroxide (OH-), chloride (Cl-), sulfide (S2-), and carbonate (CO3-2). Anions are important in many chemical reactions, and in physiology, they play an important role in maintaining the body's acid-base balance. In nature, anions can be found in soil, rocks, groundwater, and even air.

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