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Complex anion Lewis base (generic)
  Special class of generic used to represent "generic chemical reactivity behaviour" rather than structure.

Read more about the different types of Lewis acid, Lewis base and Lewis acid/base complex in the Chemogenesis web book and here.
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Complex anion Lewis base (generic)
is defined with respect to the entities below:
The entities below are defined with respect to:
Complex anion Lewis base (generic)
Alkoxy aluminium hydride ion (generic)

Alkoxy borohydride ion (generic)

Alkyl aluminium hydride ion (generic)

Alkyl borohydride ion (generic)

Aluminium hexafluoride ion

Aurocyanide ion

Beryllate ion

Bromine hexafluoride ion

Chlorine tetrafluoride ion

Dialkoxyaluminium hydride ion (generic)

Dialkoxyborohydride ion (generic)

Dialkylaluminium hydride ion (generic)

Dialkylborohydride ion (generic)

Dichlorosilver(I) ion

Dicyanosilver(I) ion

Germanium hexachloride dianion

Germanium hexafluoride dianion


Hexafluoroarsinate ion


Hexafluoroplatinate ion

Hexafluorosilicate ion

Hexahydroiron(II) ion

Iodine hexafluoride ion

Iodine octafluoride ion

Lead hexachloride dianion

Lead hexafluoride dianion

Manganate(V) ion

Manganate(VI) ion

Metaborate ion

Orthoborate ion

Pentahydrocobalt(I) ion

Perbromate ion

Perchlorate ion

Periodate ion

Permanganate ion

Perxenate ion

Phosphorus hexafluoride ion

Platinum(II) tetrachloride ion

Platinum(IV) hexachloride ion

Scandium(III) hexafluoride ion



Tetrabromoferrate ion

Tetrachloroaluminium ion


Tetrachlorocopper(I) ion


Tetrafluoroberyllate ion

Tetrafluoroborate ion


Tetrahydroborate ion

Tetrahydrogallinate ion

Tetrahydroindate ion

Tetrahydronickel(II) ion

Tetrahydroxyaluminate ion

Tetrahydroxyborate ion

Tetrahydrozinc(II) ion



Tin hexachloride dianion

Tin hexafluoride dianion

Tin pentachloride ion

Trialkoxyaluminium hydride ion (generic)

Trialkoxyborohydride ion (generic)

Trialkylaluminium hydride ion (generic)

Trialkylborohydride ion (generic)

Vandate(V) ion

Xenate ion

Xenon heptafluoride ion

Xenon octafluoride ion

Zintl ion

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