Heavy metal Lewis acid (generic)
  Special class of generic used to represent "generic chemical reactivity behaviour" rather than structure.




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Heavy metal Lewis acid (generic)
is defined with respect to the entities below:
The entities below are defined with respect to:
Heavy metal Lewis acid (generic)
Antimony


Antimony(III) ion


Antimony(V) ion


Arsenic


Arsenic(III) ion


Arsenic(V) ion


Barium


Beryllium


Bismuth


Bismuth ion


Bismuth(V) Ion


Cadmium


Cadmium ion


Calcium


Cerium


Cerium(III) ion


Cerium(IV) ion


Cesium


Chromium


Chromium(II) ion


Chromium(III) ion


Chromium(VI) ion


Cobalt


Cobalt(II) ion


Cobalt(III) ion


Copper


Copper(I) ion


Copper(II) ion


Dibutyltin dilayrate


Gallium


Gallium(I) ion


Gallium(III) ion


Germanium


Germanium(II) ion


Gold


Gold(I) Ion


Gold(III) Ion


Indium


Indium(I) ion


Indium(III) Ion


Iridium


Iridium(III) Ion


Iridium(IV) Ion


Iron


Iron(II) ion


Iron(III) bromide


Iron(III) chloride


Iron(III) ion


Lanthanum


Lanthanum(III) Ion


Lead


Lead(II) ion


Lead(IV) ion


Lindlar catalyst


Manganese


Manganese(II) ion


Manganese(III) ion


Manganese(IV) ion


Manganese(VII) ion


Mercury


Mercury(I) ion


Mercury(II) acetate


Mercury(II) ion


Molybdenum


Molybdenum(III) ion


Molybdenum(IV) ion


Molybdenum(VI) ion


Nickel


Nickel(II) ion


Osmium


Osmium(III) Ion


Osmium(IV) Ion


Palladium


Palladium on barium sulfate


Palladium on carbon


Palladium(II) ion


Platinum


Platinum on carbon


Platinum(II) ion


Platinum(IV) oxide


Potassium


Raney nickel


Rhenium(VII) ion


Rhodium


Rhodium on carbon


Rhodium(I) ion


Rubidium


Ruthenium


Ruthenium on carbon


Ruthenium(II) ion


Scandium


Scandium(III) ion


Selenium


Silver


Silver ion


Sodium


Strontium


Tantalum


Tantalum(III) Ion


Tellurium


Tetrachloroborate


Thallium


Thallium(I) ion


Thallium(III) ion


Tin


Tin(II) chloride


Tin(II) ion


Tin(IV) ion


Titanium


Titanium(II) ion


Titanium(III) ion


Titanium(IV) ion


Tricarbonylhydrocobalt(I)


Tungsten


Tungsten(VI) Ion


Uranium


Uranium(III) ion


Uranium(IV) ion


Vanadate(IV) ion


Vanadium


Vanadium(II) ion


Vanadium(III) ion


Vanadium(IV) ion


Vanadium(V) ion


Y


Yttrium


Yttrium(III) ion


Zinc


Zinc bromide


Zinc ion


Zinc mercury amalgam


Zinc-Copper Alloy


Zirconium


Zirconium ion


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