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(dioxido)hydroxidodioxidophosphate(.1-) 
aci-nitroethane(1-) 
aminooxidanide 
aminoxyl 
antimonate(1-) 
arsenite(1-) 
azanide +  
bromate +   
bromite 
chlorate +   
chlorite +   
dihydrogenphosphate +  
dihydrogenphosphite +  
dihydrogenvanadate 
dihydroxidodioxidomanganate(1-) 
dioxidofluorate(1-) 
dioxidophosphate(1-) 
diphosphate(1-) 
diphosphonate(1-) 
halide anion +   
hydrogen dichromate 
hydrogen dimolybdate 
hydrogen manganate 
hydrogenchromate 
hydrogenmolybdate 
hydrogentellurate 
hydrogentellurite 
hydrogentungstate 
hydroxidodioxidophosphate(.1-) 
hydroxidooxidophosphate(.1-) 
hydroxidotrioxidophosphate(.1-) 
hydroxyazanide 
hypobromite 
hypochlorite +   
hypofluorite 
hypoiodite 
hyponitrite(1-) 
hyponitrite(2-) 
iodate +  
iodite 
iron(III) oxide-hydroxide(1-) 
nitrate +   
A nitrogen oxoanion formed by loss of a proton from nitric acid. Principal species present at pH 7.3.
nitric oxide  
nitrite +   
orthoperiodate(1-) 
orthotellurate(1-) 
oxidoborate(1-) 
oxidonitrate(1-) 
oxidophosphate(1-) 
perbromate 
perchlorate +   
periodate +  
permanganate 
peroxynitrate 
peroxynitrite 
phosphinate 
phosphonate(1-) +  
tetraoxorhenate(1-)  
trihydrogensilicate(1-) 
trioxidophosphate(1-) +  
triphosphate(1-) 

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: trioxidonitrate(1-) ;   trioxonitrate(1-) ;   trioxonitrate(V)
Related Synonyms: Formula=NO3 ;   InChI=1S/NO3/c2-1(3)4/q-1 ;   InChIKey=NHNBFGGVMKEFGY-UHFFFAOYSA-N ;   NITRATE ION ;   NO3 ;   SMILES=[O-][N+]([O-])=O ;   nitrate(1-)
Alternate IDs: CHEBI:14654 ;   CHEBI:44487 ;   CHEBI:71263
Xrefs: Beilstein:3587575 ;   CAS:14797-55-8 ;   Gmelin:1574 ;   MetaCyc:NITRATE ;   PDBeChem:NO3 ;   Wikipedia:Nitrate
Cyclic Relationships: is_conjugate_base_of CHEBI:48107

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