carbanion

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carb·an·i·on

(karb-an'ī-on),
An organic anion in which the negative charge is on a carbon atom; the specific names are formed by adding -ide, -diide, etc., to the name of the parent compound; for example, methanide, (CH3)-.

carbanion

An anion with a negatively charged carbon and a pair of unshared electrons.

carbanion

(kăr-băn′ī-ŏn)
A carbon ion with a negative electrical charge.
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Soft drinks contain sugar, artificial sweeteners, caffeine, phosphorus, and carbon acids which have harmful effects on the body," they pointed out.
Likewise, they noted that Phosphorus, high fructose corn syrup, caffeine and the carbon acids impair the body's capacity to absorb calcium.