Real atomic ion (generic)
  Electronically neutral generic.





Real atomic ion (generic)
is defined with respect to the entities below:
The entities below are defined with respect to:
Real atomic ion (generic)
Aluminium ion


Antimony(III) ion


Antimony(V) ion


Arsenic(III) ion


Arsenic(V) ion


Arsenide ion


Barium ion


Beryllium ion


Bismuth ion


Bismuth(V) Ion


Bromide ion


Bromine cation


Cadmium ion


Calcium ion


Cerium(III) ion


Cerium(IV) ion


Cesium cation


Chloride ion


Chlorine cation


Chromium(II) ion


Chromium(III) ion


Chromium(VI) ion


Cobalt(II) ion


Cobalt(III) ion


Copper(I) ion


Copper(II) ion


Deuteride ion


Deuteron


Fluoride ion


Fluorine cation


Gallium(I) ion


Gallium(III) ion


Germanium(II) ion


Gold(I) Ion


Gold(III) Ion


Hydride ion


Indium(I) ion


Indium(III) Ion


Iodide ion


Iodine cation


Iridium(III) Ion


Iridium(IV) Ion


Iron(II) ion


Iron(III) ion


Lanthanum(III) Ion


Lead(II) ion


Lead(IV) ion


Lithium ion


Magnesium ion


Manganese(II) ion


Manganese(III) ion


Manganese(IV) ion


Manganese(VII) ion


Mercury(II) ion


Methanide ion


Molybdenum(III) ion


Molybdenum(IV) ion


Molybdenum(VI) ion


Nickel(II) ion


Nitride ion


Osmium(III) Ion


Osmium(IV) Ion


Oxide ion


Palladium(II) ion


Phosphide ion


Platinum(II) ion


Potassium ion


Proton


Rhenium(VII) ion


Rhodium(I) ion


Rubidium cation


Ruthenium(II) ion


Scandium(III) ion


Selenide ion


Silver ion


Sodium ion


Stibnide ion


Strontium ion


Sulfide ion


Tantalum(III) Ion


Tellurium dianion


Thallium(I) ion


Thallium(III) ion


Tin(II) ion


Tin(IV) ion


Titanium(II) ion


Titanium(III) ion


Titanium(IV) ion


Triteride ion


Tritium cation


Tungsten(VI) Ion


Uranium(III) ion


Uranium(IV) ion


Vanadium(II) ion


Vanadium(III) ion


Vanadium(IV) ion


Vanadium(V) ion


Yttrium(III) ion


Zinc ion


Zirconium ion


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