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ONTOLOGY REPORT - ANNOTATIONS


Term:lead coordination entity
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Accession:CHEBI:37185 term browser browse the term
Synonyms:related_synonym: lead coordination compounds;   lead coordination entities


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  CHEBI ontology 19596
    chemical entity 19594
      molecular entity 19591
        main group molecular entity 19471
          main-group coordination entity 2061
            lead coordination entity 2043
              hexafluoroplumbate(2-) 0
              lead chromate 1
              lead diacetate + 1872
              lead diacetate trihydrate 0
              lead hydride + 3
              lead nitrate 174
              lead tetrafluoride 0
              lead(II) chloride 113
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  CHEBI ontology 19596
    subatomic particle 19592
      composite particle 19592
        hadron 19592
          baryon 19592
            nucleon 19592
              atomic nucleus 19592
                atom 19592
                  main group element atom 19471
                    p-block element atom 19471
                      carbon group element atom 19345
                        lead atom 4232
                          lead molecular entity 4232
                            lead coordination entity 2043
                              hexafluoroplumbate(2-) 0
                              lead chromate 1
                              lead diacetate + 1872
                              lead diacetate trihydrate 0
                              lead hydride + 3
                              lead nitrate 174
                              lead tetrafluoride 0
                              lead(II) chloride 113
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