Singly-, doubly-, triply-, etc. charged Ion

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These terms describe an atom molecule or molecular moiety which has gained or lost respectively one, two, three or more electrons. The term multiply-charged ion refers to ions that have gained or lost more than one electron where the number of electrons lost or gained is not specified.