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Term:methyl phosphate(2-)
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Definition:Dianion of methyl phosphate arising from deprotonation of both OH groups of the phosphate.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: methyl phosphate
 related_synonym: Formula=CH3O4P;   InChI=1S/CH5O4P/c1-5-6(2,3)4/h1H3,(H2,2,3,4)/p-2;   InChIKey=CAAULPUQFIIOTL-UHFFFAOYSA-L;   MMP;   SMILES=COP([O-])([O-])=O;   methyl phosphate dianion;   monomethyl phosphate
 xref: Beilstein:3904147;   Gmelin:324284;   PMID:7584140
 cyclic_relationship: is_conjugate_base_of CHEBI:340824

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  CHEBI ontology 19779
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    subatomic particle 19777
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                    p-block element atom 19664
                      chalcogen 19366
                        oxygen atom 19327
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                            hydroxides 19071
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                                pnictogen oxoacid 10138
                                  phosphorus oxoacid 9040
                                    phosphoric acids 7796
                                      phosphoric acid 7796
                                        phosphoric acid derivative 7472
                                          organophosphate oxoanion 1
                                            methyl phosphate(2-) 0
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