The chemical name for CH3O is methoxide, which is a combination of "meth" and "oxide." Containing one atom of carbon, three atoms of hydrogen and one atom of oxygen, the systematic name for methoxide is methanolate and it carries a molar mass of 31.0339 g/mol.
Methoxide is a salt-like compound wherein a metal compound has replaced the hydrogen atom in the hydroxel group. It carries multiple names and synonyms, including methanolat and methanolate. Its boiling point is 118.58 degrees Fahrenheit. The atomic weight of each of the three elements in methoxide is 12.0107 for carbon, 1.00794 for hydrogen and 15.9994 for oxygen. Methoxide is the noun form of methylate.