carbocation

Type: Term Pronunciation: kar′bō-kat′ī-on See: carbonium
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Carbocation

A positively-charged chemical species where the positive charge is localised on a carbon atom. Both carbenium ions (which have three bonds to a positively charged carbon) and carbonium ions (which may have five or more bonds to a positively charged carbon) are examples of carbocations.
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carbocation

A cation containing an even number of electrons with a significant portion of the excess positive charge located on one or more carbon atoms. This is a general term embracing carbenium ions, all types of carbonium ions, vinyl cations, etc. Carbocations may be named by adding the word 'cation' to the name of the corresponding radical [IUPAC ORGANIC ...
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carbocation

<chemistry> A positively charged carbon atom. ... (07 Apr 1998) ...
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carbocation

(from the article `Olah, George A.`) ...chemist who won the 1994 Nobel Prize for Chemistry for work conducted in the early 1960s that isolated the positively charged, electron-deficient ...
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Carbocation

A carbocation n is an ion with a positively-charged carbon atom. Among the simplest examples are methenium {chem|CH|3|+}, methanium {chem|CH|5|+}, and ethanium {chem|C|2|H|7|+}. Some carbocations may have two or more positive charges, on the same carbon atom or on different atoms; such as the ethylene dication {chem|C|2|H|4|2+}. Until the early 19...
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