Definition of Ionogen

1. a compound capable of forming ions [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ionogen

ioniums
ionizable
ionization
ionization chamber
ionization energy
ionization tube
ionizations
ionize
ionized
ionizer
ionizers
ionizes
ionizing
ionizing radiation
ionizing radiations
ionogen (current term)
ionogenic
ionogens
ionogram
ionomer
ionomers
ionomycin
ionone
ionones
ionopause
ionopauses
ionopherogram
ionophore
ionophores
ionophoresis

Literary usage of Ionogen

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. General Chemistry for Colleges by Alexander Smith (1921)
"Ammonium salts are formed by combination of ammonia, which is not an ionogen, with acids (p. 146). In manufacturing commercially important salts, ..."

2. A Laboratory Manual of General Chemistry by William Jay Hale (1917)
"The addition here of an ionogen furnishing no common ion should not affect the ionic equilibrium for the ionogen concerned. To the second test-tube add a ..."

3. Theories of Organic Chemistry by Ferdinand August Karl Henrich (1922)
"Thus, for example, it evidently plays the role of a negative ionogen of the ... On the other hand, it functions as ^.positive ionogen of the second order ..."

4. The Elements of Qualitative Analysis by William Albert Noyes (1911)
"The total solubility of an ionogen, as we ordinarily use the term, ... That is, in a saturated solution of a given ionogen the product of the molal ..."

5. Analytical Chemistry by Frederick Pearson Treadwell (1921)
"Since the strength of * An ionogen, as its name indicates, ... LANGMUIR, ibid., 41, 868, 1543 (1919), an ionogen is a polar compound in which the valence ..."

6. The Elements of Qualitative Chemical Analysis: With Special Consideration of by Julius Stieglitz (1911)
"Hydrochloric acid is used here in order to carry the discussion in the text as far as possible with this typical ionogen. If one takes care to make readings ..."

7. General Chemistry for Colleges by Alexander Smith (1921)
"Ammonium salts are formed by combination of ammonia, which is not an ionogen, with acids (p. 146). In manufacturing commercially important salts, ..."

8. A Laboratory Manual of General Chemistry by William Jay Hale (1917)
"The addition here of an ionogen furnishing no common ion should not affect the ionic equilibrium for the ionogen concerned. To the second test-tube add a ..."

9. Theories of Organic Chemistry by Ferdinand August Karl Henrich (1922)
"Thus, for example, it evidently plays the role of a negative ionogen of the ... On the other hand, it functions as ^.positive ionogen of the second order ..."

10. The Elements of Qualitative Analysis by William Albert Noyes (1911)
"The total solubility of an ionogen, as we ordinarily use the term, ... That is, in a saturated solution of a given ionogen the product of the molal ..."

11. Analytical Chemistry by Frederick Pearson Treadwell (1921)
"Since the strength of * An ionogen, as its name indicates, ... LANGMUIR, ibid., 41, 868, 1543 (1919), an ionogen is a polar compound in which the valence ..."

12. The Elements of Qualitative Chemical Analysis: With Special Consideration of by Julius Stieglitz (1911)
"Hydrochloric acid is used here in order to carry the discussion in the text as far as possible with this typical ionogen. If one takes care to make readings ..."

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