ionogenic etymology

English word ionogenic comes from English -genic, English iono- (ISV combining form denoting relationship to ions.)

Detailed word origin of ionogenic

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-genic English (eng) Produced or generated by something. Producing or generating something. Suitable to be produced, or reproduced.
iono- English (eng) ISV combining form denoting relationship to ions.
ionogenic English (eng) (chemistry) Capable of forming ions; used especially of the component of an ion exchanger that can be dissociated into fixed ions and mobile counter-ions.

Words with the same origin as ionogenic

Descendants of -genic
Eurogenic acidogenic agnogenic arrhythmogenicity biogenic carcinogenic cardiogenic cariogenic cladogenic cryogenic endogenic lysogenicity mediagenicity monogenic myceliogenic neurogenic osteogenic pathogenic petrogenic photogenicity psychogenic tenogenic toxicogenic transgenic tremorogenic
Descendants of iono-
compomer ionocovalent ionocraft ionogram ionomer ionomeric ionopause ionophobic ionosonde ionosphere