Definition of Phosphoniums

1. phosphonium [n] - See also: phosphonium



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Phosphoniums

phosphomutase
phosphonate
phosphonate esterase
phosphonate monoester hydrolase
phosphonates
phosphonecrosis
phosphoneoepitope
phosphonic
phosphonic acid
phosphonic acids
phosphonite
phosphonites
phosphonitrile
phosphonitriles
phosphonium
phosphoniums (current term)
phosphonoacetate
phosphonoacetate hydrolase
phosphonoacetates
phosphonoacetic acid
phosphonolipid
phosphonolipids
phosphonopentanoic
phosphonous
phosphonous acid
phosphonovaleric
phosphonylated acetylcholinesterase
phosphopantetheine
phosphopenia
phosphopentomutase

Literary usage of Phosphoniums

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1. Principles of Chemistry, Founded on Modern Theories by Alfred Naquet, William Cortis, Thomas Stevenson (1868)
"Those hydrates are bases equally as powerful as the hydrates of the corresponding ammoniums or phosphoniums. 3rd. The arsines are capable of uniting ..."

2. Principes de chimie fondée sur les théories modernes by Alfred Naquet (1875)
"Ces hydrates sont des bases aussi puissantes que les hydrates des ammoniums ou des phosphoniums correspondants, 3° Les arsines sont susceptibles de s'unir ..."

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