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[[Ion]]s that have similar chemical valence, for example the acetyl cation CH<sub>3</sub>-CO<sup>+</sup> and the thioacetyl cation CH<sub>3</sub>-CS<sup>+</sup>.}}
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Ions that are isoelectronic, for example the acetyl cation CH<sub>3</sub>-CO<sup>+</sup> and the thioacetyl cation CH<sub>3</sub>-CS<sup>+</sup>.
 
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#E. C. Meurer, M. N. Eberlin. J. Mass Spectrom. 41, 470-476 (2006).
 
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:''Note'': for example the acetyl cation CH<sub>3</sub>-CO<sup>+</sup> and the thioacetyl cation CH<sub>3</sub>-CS<sup>+</sup>.}}
  
 
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Revision as of 16:03, 24 March 2014

DRAFT DEFINITION
Analog ion
Ions that have similar chemical valence.
Note: for example the acetyl cation CH3-CO+ and the thioacetyl cation CH3-CS+.
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