carbanion

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car·ban·i·on

 (kär-băn′ī′ən, -ī′ŏn′)
n.
An anion in which carbon carries a negative charge and an unshared pair of electrons.
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carbanion

(kɑːˈbænaɪən)
n
(Chemistry) a negatively charged organic ion in which most of the negative charge is localized on a carbon atom. Compare carbonium ion
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