solion

[ sol-ahy-uh n, -on ]
/ ˈsɒlˌaɪ ən, -ɒn /

noun

Chemistry, Electricity. a low-frequency amplifying device that operates by controlling the flow of ions in solution: some types, as the micropump, accomplish this by means of electro-osmotic pressure.

Origin of solion

First recorded in 1955–60; sol(ution) + ion
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