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Kate (Catherine) 1846–1901, English painter and author and illustrator of children’s books. Historical Examples She was a Miss Greenaway Cavendish, a stock-broker’s heiress of a certain age.’ The Young Step-Mother Charlotte M. Yonge Miss Greenaway’s work appears as refined ten years after its “boom,” as it did when it was at the flood. Children’s Books […]
- Cation-exchange resin
cation-exchange resin n. An insoluble organic polymer having negatively charged radicals attached to it that can attract and hold cations in a surrounding solution.
a positively charged ion that is attracted to the cathode in electrolysis. any positively charged atom or group of atoms (opposed to anion). noun a positively charged ion; an ion that is attracted to the cathode during electrolysis Compare anion n. 1834, from Greek kation “going down,” neuter present participle of katienai “to go down,” […]
- Cationic cocktail
hardware (Or “Downy cocktail”) Diluted fabric softener sprayed on computer room carpets to prevent static electricity from being built up by feet shuffling on carpet. The canonical cationic cocktail is one part unscented liquid fabric softener (in the US, usually “Downy” brand) to five parts water. “Cationic” is the chemical term for the most common […]