Definition of Hydroxyl ion

1. Noun. The anion OH having one oxygen and one hydrogen atom.

Exact synonyms: Hydroxide Ion
Generic synonyms: Anion



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hydroxyl Ion

hydroxyethylpromethazine
hydroxyethylrutoside
hydroxyethyls
hydroxyfatty acid
hydroxyglutarate
hydroxyglutaric acid
hydroxyguanosine
hydroxyhemin
hydroxyindole oxidase
hydroxyindoleacetic acid
hydroxyisovalerate dehydrogenase
hydroxyitraconazole
hydroxykynureninuria
hydroxyl
hydroxyl group
hydroxyl ion (current term)
hydroxyl radical
hydroxylamine
hydroxylamine dismutase
hydroxylamine oxidase
hydroxylamines
hydroxylamino
hydroxylammonium
hydroxylapatite
hydroxylapatites
hydroxylase
hydroxylases
hydroxylate
hydroxylated
hydroxylates

Literary usage of Hydroxyl ion

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1. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1915)
"Table V gives the increase in hydroxyl-ion activity due to the presence of ... From the assumption that in o.oi M potassium hydroxide, the hydroxyl-ion ..."

2. Practical physiological chemistry by Philip Bovier Hawk (1918)
"An acid solution has a preponderance of hydrogen ion and an alkaline solution an excess of hydroxyl ion. All indicators do not show changes of color at the ..."

3. A Textbook of pharmacology and therapeutics, or, the Action of drugs in by Arthur Robertson Cushny (1918)
"This hydroxyl ion, then, is what induces the alkaline reaction of the solutions and their pharmacological effect, the metallic ion only serving as a means ..."

4. Physical Chemistry of Vital Phenomena: For Students and Investigators in the by Jesse Francis McClendon (1917)
"... AND hydroxyl ion CONCENTRATION AND CO2 PRESSURE Water is an electrolyte and dissociates into H and OH ions, which are therefore equal in -number. ..."

5. The Properties of Electrically Conducting Systems: Including Electrolytes by Charles August Kraus (1922)
"At the same temperature the hydroxyl ion moves from 5 to 6 times as fast ... Presumably, a similar explanation would hold in the case of the hydroxyl ion, ..."

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