nitronium

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nitronium

[nī′trō·nē·əm]
(chemistry)
Positively charged NO2 ion, believed to be formed from HNO3. Also known as nitryl ion.
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A very early application of the use of superacids in inorganic chemistry was the demonstration that the nitronium ion is formed in a solution of nitric acid in sulfuric acid [4]