How to Pronounce IONS?

Correct pronunciation for the word "IONS" is [ˈa͡ɪɒnz], [ˈa‍ɪɒnz], [ˈaɪ_ɒ_n_z].

"IONS" in context

IONS are particles with either a positive or negative charge. They are created when atoms gain or lose electrons. Ions are an important component of chemical processes, allowing for the formation of strong chemical bonds. The study of ions is called ionic chemistry.

Ions are found in many molecules and compounds, including acids, bases and salts. Ions can also form compounds with other ions or molecules. In solution, ions interact with other ions, molecules and even water molecules. This is known as ionic bonding.

Ions are created when atoms are exposed to either radiation or a chemical reaction.

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