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Hydroxy acid anion (generic)
  Generic ion.

Hydroxy acid anion (generic)
is defined with respect to the entities below:
The entities below are defined with respect to:
Hydroxy acid anion (generic)
Lobe-HOMO Lewis base (generic)

Acetaldehyde enolate

Acetate ion

Acetylacetone anion

Acrylate ion

Alkoxide (generic)

1° Alkoxide ion (generic)

3° Alkoxide ion (generic)

Allyl alkoxide ion

Amidosulfate anion

Arsenate (dihydrogen) ion

Arsenate (hydrogen) ion

Arsinate ion

Benzenesulfonate ion

Benzoate ion

Bicarbonate ion

Bisulfite ion

Bromoacetate ion

(2R)-2-Bromopropanoate ion

Butanoate ion

tertiary Butyl alkoxide

Carbonate ion

Carboxylate ion (generic)

Chlorite ion

Chloroethanoate ion

cis Cinnamate ion

trans Cinnamate ion

Citrate (dihydrogen) ion

Citrate ion

Cyanoacetate ion

Cyclopentane carboxylate ion

Cyclopropane carboxylate ion

Dichloroacetate ion

Dihydrogen phosphate ion

beta-Diketone anion (generic)

2,4-Dinitrophenoxide ion

Enolate anion (generic)

Ethoxide ion

Ethylene glycol anion

Ethylene glycol dianion

Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid dianion

Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid mono anion

Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid tetraanion

Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid trianion

Fluorosulfonate ion

Formate ion

Fumarate (hydrogen) ion

Fumarate dianion

Germanate (dihydrogen) ion

Germanate (trihydrogen) ion

Glycoate ion

Hydrogen citrate ion

Hydrogen peroxide anion

Hydrogen phosphite ion

Hydrogen sulfate ion

Hydroxide ion

(2R)-2-Hydroxy propanoate ion

Hypobromite ion

Hypochlorite ion

Hypoiodite ion

Hypophosphite ion

Iodate ion

Iodoacetate ion

Isopropyl alkoxide ion

beta-Ketoaldehyde anion (generic)

beta-Ketoester anion (generic)

Lactate ion

Maleic acid dianion

Maleic acid monoanion

Malonate (hydrogen) ion

Malonate dianion

Mandalate ion

Methoxide ion

Methoxyacetate ion

Methylsulfonyl acetate ion

Methylthioacetate ion

Nitrate ion

Nitrite ion

Nitroacetate ion

4-Nitrophenoxide ion

Tetrahydroorthoperiodate ion

Orthoperiodate (trihydrogen) ion

Oxalate dianion

Oxalate monoanion

Perchlorate ion

Peroxide anion, organic (generic)

Phenoxide ion

Phosphate dianion, hydrogen

Phosphate ion

Phosphite ion

Phthalate (o) (hydrogen) ion

o-Phthalate dianion

Picrate ion

Propanoate ion

Propargyl alkoxide ion

Pyruvate ion

Salicyate dianion

Salicyate ion

Selenite (hydrogen) ion

Selenite ion

Sodium bisulfite

Succinate (hydrogen) ion

Succinate dianion

Sulfate ion

Sulfite ion

Tartrate (hydrogen) ion

Tartrate dianion

Tellurite (hydrogen) ion

Tellurite ion

p-Toluenesulfonate ion

Trichloroacetate ion

2,2,2-Trichloro ethoxide ion

Trifluoroacetate ion

2,2,2-Trifluoroethoxide ion

Trifluoromethane sulfonate ion

4-(Trimethylammonium) phenoxide ion

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