Onium ion Lewis acid (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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Onium ion Lewis acid (generic)
is defined with respect to the entities below:
The entities below are defined with respect to:
Onium ion Lewis acid (generic)
Aldehyde, protonated (generic)


Alkyl alkoxy hydroxy carbenium ion (generic)


Alkyl oxonium ion (generic)


1° Alkyl oxonium ion (generic)


Alkyl telluronium ion (generic)


Amide, protonated (generic)


Ammonium ion


1° Ammonium ion (generic)


2° Ammonium ion (generic)


3° Ammonium ion (generic)


4° Ammonium ion (generic)


Aqueous mineral acid, 0.05 to 1.0 molar (generic)


Argonium ion


Aronium ion (generic)


Arsonium ion


Arsonium ion (generic)


Benzene diazonium ion


Benzonium ion


Brønsted acid, oxonium (generic)


Bromonium ion


tertiary Butyl oxonium ion


Carbenium ion, beta-amino (generic)


Carbenium ion, beta-ether (generic)


Carbenium ion, beta-thioether (generic)


Carbonium ion


Carboxylic acid, protonated (generic)


Chloronium ion


Chloronium ion, alkyl (generic)


Dialkyl oxonium ion (generic)


Dialkyl telluronium ion (generic)


Dialkylhydroxy carbenium ion (generic)


Diazonium ion (generic)


Difluorochloronium ion


Dihydroxymethyl carbenium ion


Dimethyl sulfonium ion


Dimethylammonium ion


Dimethylformamide, protonated


Dimethylhydroxy carbenium ion


Dimethyloxonium ion


Dimethylsulfoxide, protonated


Diphenylammonium ion


Duteronium ion


Eigen Cation


Ethenyl bromonium ion


Ethylacetate, protonated


Ethylbenzene SeAr intermediate


Fluoronium ion


Fluoronium ion, alkyl (generic)


Guanidine, protonated


Hydrazinium ion


Hydronium ion, [H3]+


Hydroxy acid, protonated (generic)


Hydroxy carbenium ion


Hydroxyammonium ion


Hydroxydialkoxy carbenium ion (generic)


Hydroxymethyl carbenium ion


Imidazonium ion


Iodonium ion


Iodonium ion, alkyl (generic)


Isopropyl oxonium ion


Kryptonium ion


Methylammonium ion


Methyloxonium ion


Methylsulfonium ion


Methyltriethylammonium ion


Neonium ion


Nitric acid, protonated


Nitrilium ion (generic)


Nitrobenzene SeAr intermediate


Nitrobenzene, protonated


Nitromethane, protonated


Oxonium ion


Phenyl ammonium ion (generic)


Phenylammonium ion


Phenylethanone SeAr intermediate


Phenyloxonium ion


Phosphonium ion


Phosphonium ion (generic)


Phosphonium ion, alkyl triphenyl (generic)


Protonated base, [H-B]+ (generic)


Pyridinium ion


Pyrylium ion


Selenonium ion


Stibonium ion


Sulfonium ion


Sulfonium ion, alkyl (generic)


Sulfonium ion, dialkyl (generic)


Telluronium ion


Tetrahydrofuran, protonated


Tetramethylammonium ion


Thiocarbenium ion (generic)


Thiopyrylium ion


Trialkyloxonium ion (generic)


Trialkylsulfonium ion (generic)


Triethylarsonium ion


Trimethylammonium ion


Trimethyloxonium ion


Trimethylphosphonium ion


Trimethylsulfonium ion


Trimethylsulfoxonium iodide


Trimethylsulfoxonium ion


Triphenyloxonium ion


Urea, protonated


Xenon fluoride cation


Xenon, protonated


Ylid (generic)


Zundel cation


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