Zwitter hypothesis



zwitter hypothesis

zwitter hypothesis zwit·ter hypothesis (zwĭt’ər, tsvĭt’-)
n.
The hypothesis that an ampholyteric electrode such as an amino acid, yields equal numbers of basic and acid ions at the isoelectric point, thus becoming a zwitterion.

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    an ion with both a positive and a negative charge. noun (chem) an ion that carries both a positive and a negative charge zwitterion zwit·ter·i·on (zwĭt’ər-ī’ən, swĭt’-, tsvĭt’-) n. See dipolar ion. zwit’ter·i·on’ic (-ī-ŏn’ĭk) adj.

  • Zwitterionic

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