Protonated vs Triphenylmethylium - What's the difference?

protonated | triphenylmethylium |


As a verb protonated

is (protonate).

As a noun triphenylmethylium is

(chemistry) a highly stable carbocation resulting from the loss of a water molecule from the protonated form of triphenylmethanol.

protonated

English

Verb

(head)
  • (protonate)

  • protonate

    English

    Verb

    (protonat)
  • (chemistry) To add one or more protons to (a molecule, ion or radical).
  • protonate the carbonyl group

    triphenylmethylium

    English

    Noun

    (-) (wikipedia triphenylmethylium)
  • (chemistry) A highly stable carbocation resulting from the loss of a water molecule from the protonated form of triphenylmethanol.