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Term:hydrogen dichromate
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Accession:CHEBI:33142 term browser browse the term
Definition:A monovalent inorganic anion obtained by deprotonation of one of the two OH groups in dichromic acid.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: hydrogen(heptaoxidodichromate)(1-)
 related_synonym: Formula=Cr2HO7;   HCr2O7(-);   InChI=1S/2Cr.H2O.6O/h;;1H2;;;;;;/q;+1;;;;;;;-1/p-1;   InChIKey=CKFPJYCOKVCPLO-UHFFFAOYSA-M;   SMILES=[H]O[Cr](=O)(=O)O[Cr]([O-])(=O)=O;   [(HO)Cr(O)2OCr(O)3](-)
 xref: Gmelin:130921 "Gmelin"
 cyclic_relationship: is_conjugate_acid_of CHEBI:33141;   is_conjugate_base_of CHEBI:23234

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  CHEBI ontology 19748
    chemical entity 19746
      molecular entity 19743
        transition element molecular entity 16396
          transition element coordination entity 11062
            chromium coordination entity 5405
              chromium oxoanion 5367
                hydrogen dichromate 0
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    subatomic particle 19744
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              atomic nucleus 19744
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                  main group element atom 19628
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                      chalcogen 19337
                        oxygen atom 19298
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                                  chromium oxoanion 5367
                                    hydrogen dichromate 0
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