Type 3 Lewis acid/base complex (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.

Type 3 Lewis acid/base complex (generic)
is defined with respect to the entities below:
The entities below are defined with respect to:
Type 3 Lewis acid/base complex (generic)
Acetic acid


Acetone


Acetonitrile


Acetonitrile, protonated


Acetylene


Acrylic acid


Alcohol (generic)


1° Alcohol (generic)


3° Alcohol (generic)


Aldehyde, protonated (generic)


Alkene, monosubstituted (generic)


Alkene, tetrasubstituted (generic)


Alkyl alkoxy hydroxy carbenium ion (generic)


1° Alkyl oxonium ion (generic)


Alkyl telluronium ion (generic)


Alkyl, -CH2- (generic)


Allyl alcohol


1° Amide (generic)


Amide, protonated (generic)


2° Amine (generic)


Ammonia


Ammonium ion


1° Ammonium ion (generic)


2° Ammonium ion (generic)


3° Ammonium ion (generic)


Aniline


Argonium ion


Arsenate (dihydrogen) ion


Arsenate (hydrogen) ion


ortho Arsenic acid


Arsine


Arsonium ion


Arsonium ion (generic)


Benzenesulfonic acid


Benzoic acid


Benzylphenylsulfone


Bicarbonate ion


Bisulfite ion


Brønsted acid, stabilised carbanion (generic)


Bromoacetic acid


Bromonium ion


Bromonium ion, alkyl (generic)


Butane


Butanoic acid


tertiary Butanol


1-Butylammonium ion


tertiary Butyl oxonium ion


Carbenium ion


Carbonic acid


Carboxylic acid (generic)


Carboxylic acid, protonated (generic)


Chloroacetic acid


Chloronium ion


Chloronium ion, alkyl (generic)


meta Chloroperoxybenzoic acid


Chlorous acid


cis Cinnamic acid


trans Cinnamic acid


Citrate (dihydrogen) ion


Citric acid


Cyanoacetic acid


Cyclobutane


Cycloheptatriene


Cyclohexane


Cyclohexanone


Cyclopentane


Cyclopentane carboxylic acid


Cyclopropane


Cyclopropane carboxylic acid


Deuterium oxide


Dialkyl arsine (generic)


Dialkyl oxonium ion (generic)


Dialkyl telluronium ion (generic)


Dialkylhydroxy carbenium ion (generic)


Dichloroacetic acid


Diethyloxonium ion


Diethylsulfonium ion


Dihydrogen disulfide


Dihydrogen phosphate ion


Dihydroxymethyl carbenium ion


Diisopropylamine


beta-Diketone (generic)


Dimethyl sulfonium ion


Dimethylamine


Dimethylammonium ion


Dimethylformamide, protonated


Dimethylhydroxy carbenium ion


Dimethyloxonium ion


Dimethylsulfoxide


Dimethylsulfoxide, protonated


Dinitromethane


2,4-Dinitrophenol


1,4-Dioxane, protonated


Diphenyl phosphine


Diphenylamine


Diphenylammonium ion


Disulfide (hydrogen) ion


1,2-Dithioethane


1,2-Dithioethane monoanion


Ethane


Ethane thiol


Ethanol


Ethanolamine, protonated


Ethyl acetate


Ethylacetate, protonated


Ethylamine


Ethylammonium ion


Ethylene


Ethylene glycol


Ethylene glycol anion


Ethylenediamine tetraacetic acid


Ethylenediamine, mono-protonated


Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid dianion


Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid mono anion


Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid trianion


Ethylium ion


Ethyloxonium ion


Ethylsulfonium ion


Fluorene


Fluoronium ion


Fluoronium ion, alkyl (generic)


Fluorosulfonic acid


Formic acid


Fumarate (hydrogen) ion


Fumaric acid


Germanate (trihydrogen) ion


Germane


Germane (generic)


Germanic acid


Glycolic acid


Guanidine, protonated


Hydrazine


Hydrazoic acid


Hydrogen bromide


Hydrogen chloride


Hydrogen citrate ion


Hydrogen cyanide


Hydrogen deuterium oxide


Hydrogen fluoride


Hydrogen iodide


Hydrogen peroxide


Hydrogen phosphite ion


Hydrogen selenide


Hydrogen sulfate ion


Hydrogen sulfide


Hydrogen sulfide anion


Hydrogen telluride


Hydroxy carbenium ion


Hydroxyammonium ion


Hydroxydialkoxy carbenium ion (generic)


Hydroxymethyl carbenium ion


Hypobromous acid


Hypochlorous acid


Hypofluouous acid


Hypoiodous acid


Hypophosphorous acid


Imidazole


Imidazonium ion


Imine, dialkyl (generic)


Iodic acid


Iodoacetic acid


Iodonium ion


Iodonium ion, alkyl (generic)


Isocyanic acid


Isopropyl oxonium ion


beta-Ketoaldehyde (generic)


beta-Ketoester (generic)


Kryptonium ion


(+/-) Lactic acid


Maleic acid


Maleic acid monoanion


Malonate (hydrogen) ion


Malonate diester (generic)


Malonic acid


Malononitrile


(+/-) Mandelic acid


Methane


Methane thiol


Methanol


Methoxyacetic acid


4-Methyl-2,6-di-tert-butyl pryidinium ion


Methyl ketone (generic)


Methylamine


Methylammonium ion


Methyloxonium ion


2-Methylpropane


2-Methylpyridinium ion


Methylsulfonium ion


Methylsulfonyl acetic acid


Methylthioacetic acid


Neonium ion


Nitric acid, concentrated


Nitric acid, fuming


Nitric acid, gas phase species


Nitrile (generic)


Nitrilium ion (generic)


Nitro compound (generic)


Nitroacetic acid


Nitrobenzene, protonated


Nitromethane, protonated


3-Nitrophenol


4-Nitrophenol


4-Nitrophenylammonium ion


Nitrosyl hydrogen sulfate


Nitrous acid


Tetrahydroorthoperiodate ion


Orthoperiodic acid


Oxalate monoanion


Oxalic acid


Oxonium ion


2,4-Pentanedione


Peracetic acid


Perchloric acid


Peroxide, organic (generic)


Peroxodisulfate(VI) ion


Peroxodisulfuric acid


Phenol


Phenyl arsine


Phenyl silane


Phenyl telluride


Phenylacetylene


Phenylammonium ion


Phenyloxonium ion


Phosphate dianion, hydrogen


Phosphine


Phosphonate, diethyl 1° alkyl (generic)


Phosphonium ion


Phosphonium ion (generic)


Phosphoric acid


Phosphorus acid


Phthalate (o) (hydrogen) ion


o-Phthalic acid


Phthalimide


Picric acid


Piperidine, protonated


Propane


Propanoic acid


2-Propanol


Propargyl alcohol


1-Propyl ammonium ion


Pyridinium ion


Pyrrolidine, protonated


Pyruvic acid


Salicyate ion


Salicylic acid


Selenite (hydrogen) ion


Selenonium ion


Selenous acid


Selinophenol


Silane


Silane (generic)


Sodium hydrogen sulfite


Stibine


Stibonium ion


(-) Strychnine, protonated


Succinate (hydrogen) ion


Succinic acid


Succinimide


Sulfamic acid


Sulfinic acid (generic)


Sulfonium ion


Sulfonium ion, alkyl (generic)


Sulfonium ion, dialkyl (generic)


Sulfuric acid


Sulfurous acid


d/l-Tartaric acid


Tartrate (hydrogen) ion


Telluride (generic)


Tellurite (hydrogen) ion


Telluronium ion


Tellurous acid


Tetrahydrofuran, protonated


Thiocarbenium ion (generic)


Thiocyanic acid


Thiol (generic)


Thiophenol


p-Toluenesulfonic acid monohydrate


Trichloroacetic acid


2,2,2-Trichloroethanol


Tricyanomethane


Triethylammonium ion


Triethylarsonium ion


Triethylphosphonium ion


Trifluoroacetic acid


2,2,2-Trifluoroethanol


Trifluoromethanesulfonic acid


Trimethylammonium ion


4-(Trimethylammonium) phenol


Trimethylphosphonium ion


2,4,6-Trimethylpyridinium ion


bis(Trimethylsilyl) amine


Trimethylsulfoxonium ion


Trimethylsulfoxonium ylid


Triphenylmethane


Urea, protonated


Water


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