Negative ion

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Negative [[ions|ions]], also known as [[anions|anions]]<ref>Random House Unabridged Dictionary fckLRhttps://www.dictionary.com/browse/negative-ion</ref>, have a minus charge. A negative ion is produced when an [[atom|atom]] gains an [[electron|electron]], resulting in the atom having more electrons than [[protons|protons]]. The charge on the ion is equivalent to how many electrons it has gained.&nbsp;<br>  
https://www.dictionary.com/browse/negative-ion</ref>, have a minus charge. A negative ion is produced when an atom gains an electron, resulting in the atom having more electrons than protons. The charge on the ion is equivalent to how many electrons it has gained.&nbsp;<br>
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Latest revision as of 09:53, 10 December 2018

Negative ions, also known as anions[1], have a minus charge. A negative ion is produced when an atom gains an electron, resulting in the atom having more electrons than protons. The charge on the ion is equivalent to how many electrons it has gained. 

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  1. Random House Unabridged Dictionary fckLRhttps://www.dictionary.com/browse/negative-ion
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