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ONTOLOGY REPORT - ANNOTATIONS


Term:borate ion
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Definition:Any inorganic anion that is formally derived from boric acid. The term includes polymeric anions containing chains of BO3 structural units sharing one oxygen atom (e.g. di-, tri-, and tetraborates) as well as chains or rings sharing two oxygen atoms (e.g. metaborates).
Synonyms:related_synonym: borate anions;   borate ions
 xref: Wikipedia:Borate


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  CHEBI ontology 227
    chemical entity 227
      molecular entity 227
        ion 24
          anion 19
            inorganic anion 11
              borate ion 0
                borate 0
                dihydrogenborate 0
                hydrogenborate 0
                tetrahydroxoborate(1-) 0
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  CHEBI ontology 227
    subatomic particle 227
      composite particle 227
        hadron 227
          baryon 227
            nucleon 227
              atomic nucleus 227
                atom 227
                  main group element atom 220
                    p-block element atom 220
                      p-block molecular entity 220
                        chalcogen molecular entity 187
                          oxygen molecular entity 185
                            oxide 15
                              oxoanion 6
                                boron oxoanion 0
                                  borate ion 0
                                    borate 0
                                    dihydrogenborate 0
                                    hydrogenborate 0
                                    tetrahydroxoborate(1-) 0
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