The hydroxyl radical, as a free radical, is a separate compound and is not part of another compound. However, 'radical' is an archaic term for 'group', and when used in this context, the hydroxyl group can be found in alcohols e.g. ethanol.
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(OH)- is the anion hydroxyl.
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I believe that what you have in mind is the phosphate radical, PO4. While this radical appears in many compounds, it is not itself a compound.
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The Hydroxyl group which is OH. The Carboxyl group which is COOH. The lone Hydrogen which is H and R for Radical.
Neon does not form compounds
CH3 actually does not have an official name since it is not a compound. However, it is referred to as a methyl group or radical.
The special compound containing both nitrogen and oxygen is known as 'nitrates'.
copper sulphate - CUSO4 (copper+sulphur)
I GUESS DDT, BHT
"ide" as in lithium chlorIDE
C2H5OH is called ethanol. It is the carbon of a methyl group (CH3) attached to the carbon of a methylene group (CH2) attached to a hydroxyl group (OH). Ethanol is the compound commonly consumed by humans in the form of alcoholic beverages.
Helium is chemically inert and doesn't form compounds.
"ide" as in Lithium Chloride.