orthocarbonic acid

orthocarbonic acid
The hypothetical compound C(OH) known only as its derivatives, the orthocarbonates

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  • Orthocarbonic — Or tho*car*bon ic, a. [Ortho + carbonic.] (Chem.) Designating a complex ether, {C.(OC2H5)4}, which is obtained as a liquid of a pleasant ethereal odor by means of chlorpicrin, and is believed to be a derivative of the hypothetical normal carbonic …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • orthoacid — An acid in which the number of hydroxyl groups equals the valence of the acid forming element; e.g., C(OH)4, orthocarbonic acid. When there is no such acid, the one that most nearly approaches this condition is sometimes called an o.; e.g.,… …   Medical dictionary

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