anionotropy


an·ion·ot·ro·py

noun \ˌan-ˌī-ə-ˈnä-trə-pē\
plural an·ion·ot·ro·pies

Definition of ANIONOTROPY

: tautomerism involving migration of an anion (as chloride, hydroxyl, or acetate) of which the best-known type is allylic rearrangement—compare cationotropy, prototropy
an·ion·o·tro·pic \-nə-ˈträp-ik, -ˈtrō-pik\ adjective

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