electropositive

(e-lek″tro-poz┬┤ĭ-tiv) bearing a positive electric charge.
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electropositive

adjective having a positive electric charge; `protons are positive`
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electropositive

1. <chemistry, physics> Of such a nature relatively to some other associated body or bodies, as to tend to the negative pole of a voltaic battery, in electrolysis, while the associated body tends to the positive pole. ... The converse or correlative of electronegative. Usually refers to an element whose atoms tend to lose electrons; e.g., sod...
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Electropositive

For an atom, having a tendency to release valence electrons, also a term to describe metallic elements.
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electropositive

Type: Term Pronunciation: ē-lek′trō-pos′i-tiv Definitions: 1. Relating to or charged with positive electricity. 2. Referring to an element whose atoms tend to lose electrons, sodium, potassium, calcium.
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