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1. A positively charged ion.<br><br>
 
1. A positively charged ion.<br><br>
  
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A neutral atom becomes an ion by losing an electron (cation) or gaining an electron (anion).<br><br>
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A neutral atom becomes an ion by losing one or more electrons.<br><br>
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1. A positively charged ion.

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A neutral atom becomes an ion by losing one or more electrons.

Source: http://study.com/academy/lesson/cation-definition-examples-quiz.html