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Old 07-17-2016, 12:38 PM   #97 (permalink)
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The use of the term "Proton" . . .

Originally Posted by ChazInMT View Post
You're the one saying you are releasing a proton with electricity. You're delusional. Good luck with everything on Planet Lug. There can be no sensible back and forth conversation with you because you refuse to answer direct questions with real answers. So, yer dead to me.
. . . is common in chemistry. It represents the ionic form of hydrogen even in plain water because H+ is all the same as a +charge proton.

You average glass of pure , everyday water has a bunch of them, that's why it has a pH.

And you wonder why this discussion never sees a level more than a shouting match? You represent the level of understanding on this subject.