ion : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a particle that is electrically charged (positive or negative); an atom or molecule or group that has lost or gained one or more electrons
- Kentucky's Berea College does not charge any of its students tuition.
- Also, since it's lithium-ion, it can perform at full strength on a mostly-drained battery.
- Its massive lithium-ion-battery array can power it for up to 250 miles of highway travel, and even though it will fatten your electricity bill, the Roadster is still twice as .
- Kellie Martin in PR-inside.com (press release)
Martin says, "I would tell Miley to go to college. I really think that saved me...... I went to Yale. It's really, really important to get an educa tion because when all of this is gone, then at least you have your educat ion. Then you can do...
- Paul Konerko in USA Today
It came out of nowhere, we weren't playing great baseball all year. We started playing well against Detroit and I think the Cubs series kicked us ion gear and we've been off and running since then,Konerko said of the Sox inspired play....
- Carlos Ghosn in just-auto.com (subscription)
Nissan Motor president Carlos Ghosn said: "Production of the Leaf and lithium-ion batteries in Smyrna brings the United States closer to its goal of energy independence, creates green jobs and helps sustain American manufacturing."