Triatomics

Carbides

C3     HCC-     HNC     HCO     HCO+     HOC     HOC+     CCO     CCO cyclic     CCO triplet    

Nitrides

HCN     HCN triplet     HNC     LiCN     FCN     FNO     FON     NF2-     HN2-     N2H+    
CN2 singlet     CN2 triplet     NCN2-     CNN triplet     CNN+    
N3 radical     N3 quartet     N3-     N33+ singlet     N33+ triplet     CNO quartet     CNO-     NCO     NCO-    

Oxides

Li2O     HCO     HCO+     HOC     HOC+     HON     HNO     HNO triplet    
CO2     cyclic CO2     CO2-     NCO     NCO-     OCS     OCS2+    
NO2     NO2+     NO2-     NO2- triplet     NO22+     NOO-     N2O     cyclic N2O     cyclic NOP     NOCl     ONCl     NClO    
HOO radical     HO2-     O3     O3-     O32-    
HFO    HOF    FO2-    SiO2     Si2O     SO2     S2O bent     S2O cyclic     HClO    FClO     FClO2     FOCl    
ClO2     ClO2+     ClO2-     ClOO     ClOO-    
K2O    

Fluorides

FHF-     FCN    HFO    HOF    FBO    FNO     FON     OF2     FOO•     F3-    
FClO     FClO2     FOCl     ClF2+    

Sulfides

H2S    Li2S    
HCS+     HSC+     HOS-     HSO-     NCS-     CNS-     NSC-     SCN+     CNS+     OCS     OCS2+     OCS cyclic     CS2     CS22+    
S2O bent     S2O cyclic
NSF     SNF     SFN     SCl22+        

Chlorides

BeCl2     BeCl22+    
CHCl singlet     CHCl triplet     CHCl2+     HNCl+     NCl2     ClCN     NOCl     ONCl     ClOP    
HOCl     HOCl+•     OCl2     ClClO    
SiClBr     PCl3     Cl3-     FClO     FClO2     FOCl     ClF2+    

Bromides

CHBr singlet     CHBr triplet     HOBr     SiClBr    

Hydrides, Hydroxyl Compounds

BeH2     CH2 singlet     CH2 triplet     H2O     MgH2    H2S   
LiCH     CHCl singlet     CHCl triplet    
LiOH    HON     HNO     HNO triplet     HOF     HOO     HOCl     HOCl+•     HOBr     NaOH   
H3+     BH2+    NH2+    H2F+     H2Cl+     AlH2+    PH2+   
HCO     HCO+     HOC     HOC+    
BeHO-    HOBe-    HO2-    MgHO-    HOMg-    HOS-    HSO-   

Many More Binary Hydrides and their Anions, Cations, and Radicals
Many More Hydroxyl Compounds, Donor-Acceptor Oxides, Oxyacids, and Anions
Many More Formally Double Bonded Hydroxyl Compounds, Donor-Acceptor Oxides, and Oxyacids (e.g.Carbonic and Nitric acid)

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This work was supported by an Academic Research Infrastructure Grant from the National Science Foundation, no. 9512457.

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