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1. Ambident anion
A group of atoms that carry an overall negative charge and which can donate electrons to electron acceptors such as metal atoms.

2. Anion (adj. anionic)
A negatively-charged ion .

3. Anion exchange resin
A resin with fixed cationic groups which is used in chromatography to separate anionic molecules.

4. Anionic detergent
A detergent, often an alkyl sulfonate or alkaryl sulfonate, which has a negatively charged functional group .

5. Carbanion
A negatively charged carbon atom.

6. Cation exhange resin
An insoluble resin with fixed anion ic groups which is used in chromatography to separate cation ic molecules.

7. Companion cells
Specialized cells in the phloem that load sugars into the sieve elements and help maintain a functional plasma membrane in the sieve elements.

8. Detergent
A detergent is a cleaning or wetting agent, classed as anion ic if it has a negative charge and cation ic if it has a positive charge.

9. Phloem
Tissue in the vascular system of plants that moves dissolved sugars and other products of photosynthesis from the leaves to other regions of the plant. Phloem tissue consists of cells called sieve tubes and companion cells . Cells of the vascular system in plants that transport food from leaves to other areas of the plant.

10. Proton acceptor
A base; an anion ic substance that accepts a proton during an acid-base reaction.


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