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Radical ion

In organic chemistry, radical anion is a subset of charged free radical species that carry a negative charge. Radical ions are encountered in organic chemistry as reduced derivatives of polycyclic aromatic compounds, e.g. sodium naphthenide. An example of a non-carbon radical anion is the superoxide anion, formed by transfer of one electron to an oxygen molecule. Radical anions are typically indicated by .

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