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An electrically charged dissociation product of an ionic fragmentation. Such an ion may dissociate further to produce other electrically charged molecular or atomic moieties of successively lower formula weight. See also [[daughter ion]].
 
  
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An electrically charged dissociation product of an ionic fragmentation. Such an ion may dissociate further to produce other electrically charged molecular or atomic moieties of successively lower formula weight. See also [[Daughter Ion]].

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Orange Book Entry

An electrically charged dissociation product of an ionic fragmentation. Such an ion may dissociate further to produce other electrically charged molecular or atomic moieties of successively lower formula weight. See also Daughter Ion.