German: Elektrolyte
Japanese: 電解液、電解質

1. Chemistry. A substance that dissociates into two or more ions in water. Solutions of electrolytes conduct an electric current.
2. Haematology. One of the substances (e.g., sodium, potassium, chloride, calcium, and phosphate) in the blood that helps to regulate the proper balance of body fluids.

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