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Ionize vs. Unionized — What's the Difference?

Ionize vs. Unionized — What's the Difference?

Difference Between Ionize and Unionized

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Ionize

To convert or be converted totally or partially into ions.
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Unionized

(of workers or their workplace) belonging to, or having workers belonging to, a trade union
Unionized factories
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Ionize

(physical chemistry) To dissociate atoms or molecules into electrically charged species; to be thus dissociated.
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Unionized

To organize into a labor union.
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Ionize

To dissociate into ions, as by dissolution in water or another polar solvent.
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Unionized

To cause to join a labor union.
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Ionize

To convert (an atom or molecule) into ions, e. g. by dissolving in water, by reaction with acid or alkali, or by interaction with ionizing radiation. See ionization.
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Unionized

To organize or join a labor union.
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Ionize

Become converted into ions
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Unionized

Simple past tense and past participle of unionize
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Ionize

Convert into ions
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Unionized

Organized into a trades union or trades unions.
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Unionized

Alternative form of un-ionized
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Unionized

Not converted into ions
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Unionized

Being a member of or formed into a labor union;
Organized labor
Unionized workers
A unionized shop
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