capable of ionizing into both anions and cations; amphoteric.
amphophil amphophil am·pho·phil (ām’fə-fĭl) or am·pho·phile (-fīl’) adj. Having an affinity for both acid and basic dyes. n. A cell that stains readily with either acid or basic dyes. Also called amphocyte.
amphophilic amphophilic am·pho·phil·ic (ām’fə-fĭl’ĭk) or am·phoph·i·lous (ām-fŏf’ə-ləs) adj. Amphophil.
a large two-handled storage jar having an oval body, usually tapering to a point at the base, with a pair of handles extending from immediately below the lip to the shoulder: used chiefly for oil, wine, etc., and, set on a foot, as a commemorative vase awarded the victors in contests such as the Panathenaic […]