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Species with data from:

Zverev, V.V.; Villem, Y.Y., Ionizationp potentials of phosphoryl compounds, J. Struct. Chem., 1980, 21, 22, In original 30.

13 matching species were found.

For each matching species the following will be displayed:

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  1. Dimethyl methylphosphonate (C3H9O3P)
    C3H9O3P
  2. Dimethyl phosphite (C2H7O3P)
    C2H7O3P
  3. Methylphosphonyl dichloride (CH3Cl2OP)
    CH3Cl2OP
  4. Diethyl phosphite (C4H11O3P)
    C4H11O3P
  5. Phosphorothioic acid, O,O,S-triethyl ester (C6H15O3PS)
    C6H15O3PS
  6. Phosphonic dichloride, ethenyl- (C2H3Cl2OP)
    C2H3Cl2OP
  7. Diethyl vinylphosphonate (C6H13O3P)
    C6H13O3P
  8. Phosphoramidic acid, N,N-diethyl-, diethyl ester (C8H20NO3P)
  9. Phosphorothioic acid, O,O-diethyl S-methyl ester (C5H13O3PS)
    C5H13O3PS
  10. Phosphinic chloride, ethenylethyl- (C4H8ClOP)
  11. Propene-2-phosphorylchloride (C3H5Cl2OP)
    C3H5Cl2OP
  12. Methylthiophosphorylchloride (CH3Cl2OPS)
    CH3Cl2OPS
  13. Phosphinothioic acid, diethyl-, s-ethyl ester (C6H15OPS)