Definition of Orthocarbonic. Meaning of Orthocarbonic. Synonyms of Orthocarbonic

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Definition of Orthocarbonic

Orthocarbonic
Orthocarbonic Or`tho*car*bon"ic, a. [Ortho- + carbonic.] (Chem.) Designating a complex ether, C.(OC2H5)4, which is obtained as a liquid of a pleasant ethereal odor by means of chlorpicrin, and is believed to be a derivative of the hypothetical normal carbonic acid, C.(OH)4.

Meaning of Orthocarbonic from wikipedia

- Orthocarbonic acid (methanetetrol) is the name given to a hypothetical compound with the chemical formula H4CO4 or C(OH)4. Its molecular structure consists...
- nitridocarbonate(1−). However, following the same logic for carbonate(4−) (orthocarbonic acid), by similitude to silicate(4–) (orthosilicic acid), in the systematic...
- hazard, but the risk has been disputed. Orthoformic acid (methanetriol) Orthocarbonic acid (methanetetrol) "Methanediol - Compound Summary". PubChem Compound...
- CO2 + H2O). The addition of two molecules of water to CO2 would give orthocarbonic acid, C(OH)4, which exists only in minute amounts in aqueous solution...
- triethyl orthoformate, and triisopropyl orthoformate. Methanol Methanediol Orthocarbonic acid (methanetetrol) "Methanetriol - PubChem". NCBI. Retrieved 22 April...
- which is formally formed by complete ethylation of the hypothetical orthocarbonic acid C(OH)4 (orthocarboxylic acid violates the Erlenmeyer rule and is...
- tetrahedral geometry. It is isoelectronic with the hypothetical compound orthocarbonic acid. Tetrahydroxyborate undergoes the typical chemical reactions of...
- which is formally formed by complete methylation of the hypothetical orthocarbonic acid C(OH)4 (orthocarboxylic acid violates the Erlenmeyer rule and is...
- Carbon forms no simple hydroxides. The hypothetical compound C(OH)4 (orthocarbonic acid or methanetetrol) is unstable in aqueous solution: C(OH)4 → HCO−...
- Related compounds Related compounds Formic acid Lead(II) hydroxide Orthocarbonic acid Tin(II) hydroxide Except where otherwise noted, data are given...
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