ionization degree

ionization degree

[‚ī·ə·nə′zā·shən di‚grē]
(physical chemistry)
The proportion of potential ionization that has taken place for an ionizable material in a solution or reaction mixture.
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According to the analyses carried out by Paldey and Deevi, [27], the ionization degree of Ti and Al are 80% and 50%, respectively.
The second factor is the increase in the collisions that, depending on to the elemental ionization degree, can cause energy loss allowing the production of neutral particles, making the magnetic field does not affect their movement.