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Term:octafluoromolybdate(4-)
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Definition:A perfluorometallate anion that has formula F8Mo.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: octafluoridomolybdate(4-);   octafluoridomolybdate(IV)
 related_synonym: Formula=F8Mo;   InChI=1S/8FH.Mo/h8*1H;/q;;;;;;;;+4/p-8;   InChIKey=PUYBZNKWQOPXBT-UHFFFAOYSA-F;   SMILES=F[Mo-4](F)(F)(F)(F)(F)(F)F;   [MoF8](4-)
 xref: MolBase:311


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