Acceptor meaning

ăk-sĕptər
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One who signs a draft or bill of exchange.
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An atom that accepts or incorporates a part from a donor, especially an atom that incorporates electrons to form a bond with another atom.
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One who accepts; specif., a person who signs a promise to pay a draft or bill of exchange.
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An atom that receives a pair of electrons from another atom to form a covalent bond with it.
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An impurity, as gallium or boron, added to a semiconductor crystal to make a p-type semiconductor.
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The reactant in an induced chemical reaction that has an increased rate of reaction in the presence of the inductor.
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An atom or molecule that receives one or more electrons from another atom or molecule, resulting in a chemical bond or flow of electric current.
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One who accepts.
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(law, commerce) One who accepts a draft or a bill of exchange; a drawee after he has accepted.
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(chemistry) An atom or molecule which can accept an electron to form a chemical bond.
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(biochemistry) A transfer RNA molecule that can accept a specific amino acid.
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(physics) A chemical acceptor atom forming a positive hole in a semiconductor.
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Origin of acceptor

  • accept +‎ -or

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