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ion
used in Notes from the Underground

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an atom or molecule that has acquired an electrical charge by the loss or gain of electrons
  • "I'll tell you why you came here myself: you see, I don't give you your wages, you are so proud you don't want to bow down and ask for it, and so you come to punish me with your stupid stares, to worry me and you have no sus-pic-ion how stupid it is—stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid!
    2.8 — Part 2 Chapter 8 (87% in)

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