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Ions follow Hofmeister series and “salting out” effect is more significant of anions than cations and multivalent salts than monovalent ones.

Thank you for your opinion and help. :)

  • I would write "more significant for" and repeat "salts" instead of "ones" for greater clarity. – SEL Dec 27 '18 at 22:50
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    My suggestions: Ions follow the Hofmeister series, and the “salting out” effect is more significant for anions than cations, and for multivalent salts than monovalent ones. (note punctuation) – Michael Harvey Dec 27 '18 at 22:52
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Ones in this sentence is taking the role of a pronoun demonstrating the difference between two salts. Although, its not incorrect, I personally would say "monovalent salts" as opposed to "monovalent ones" for clarity.

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  • And fix the other errors as well. – Hot Licks May 27 '19 at 2:18

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