carboxylate anion


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carboxylate anion

[kär′bäk·sə‚lāt ′an‚ī·ən]
(organic chemistry)
An anion with the general formula (RCO2)-, which is formed when the hydrogen attached to the carboxyl group of a carboxylic acid is removed.
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This characteristic band is due to asymmetric stretching in carboxylate anion that is reconfirmed by another peak at 1422 cm 1 which is related to the symmetric stretching mode of the carboxylate anion.
A displacement is also observed in the asymmetric vibration band of the carboxylate anion from 1600.
1] is due to C=O asymmetric stretching in carboxylate anion that is reconfirmed by another peak at 1411 [cm.
The carboxylate anion has two strongly coupled carbon-to-oxygen bonds that give rise to the separately asymmetric and symmetric stretching vibration.
Selected ion monitoring was performed to monitor the carboxylate anion (M-181; loss of [sup.
The intense characteristic band at 1573 cm-1 is due to C=O asymmetric stretching in carboxylate anion that is reconfirmed by another sharp peak at 1416 cm-1 which is related to the symmetric stretching mode of the carboxylate anion.
Following formation of the carboxylate anion, decarboxylation would generate the fragment ion detected at m/z 275.
The catalyst 2MI initiates the ring-opening reaction of the epoxy group of pDGEBA to form an oxygen anion, which subsequently picks up hydrogen from carboxyl in DACA to yield a carboxylate anion [reaction (1) of Scheme 2].
2) of AHAMAA shows evidence of the coordination between the carboxylate anion and aluminum ion at the strong absorption peak of 1658 [cm.
Complexation occurs between the lanthanide metal cation and the carboxylate anion in the methacrylic segments of the random copolymer via ionic interactions.
For the L-1, L-2 and L-3 (Cu(II), Pd(II) and Pt(II)) complexes, the separation value (I) between asymmetric and symmetric stretching vibrations, greater than 200 cm-1 may be expected for the monodentate bonding carboxylate anions in complexes.
These results showed that a highly expanded network can be generated by electrostatic repulsions among carboxylate anions (-COO') during the polymerization process.