coordination chemistry


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coordination chemistry

[kō‚ȯrd·ən′ā·shən ′kem·ə·strē]
(chemistry)
The chemistry of metal ions in their interactions with other molecules or ions.
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Mix&Go Activation Reagent is designed using coordination chemistry for gentle and secure multipoint binding of biomolecules to synthetic materials.
After a historical introduction to the field, the second chapter introduces general principles of coordination chemistry, common biological ligands, and electron spin states in transition metal ions.
Chemists and related scientists assemble the first volume devoted to the coordination chemistry of the group of chemicals known as rare earths.
A large variety of stable chemical species have been synthesized containing both transition and non-transition metals with multi-dentate ligand systems and occupy important position in coordination chemistry [1-2].
In this paper, the coordination chemistry method, which has been used to prepare the inorganic-organic hybrid materials as previously shown (Chen, 2001), is introduced and first used in surface treatment of SAO-ED phosphors.
His research program in inorganic supramolecular chemistry is focused on the development of shape-persistent macrocyclic ligands and their coordination chemistry, with the goal of assembling them into nanotubes and frameworks.
Following the obligatory introductory chapters on the solution chemistry of metal ions, coordination chemistry, biochemistry, and physical methods, the author develops four topical chapters that include oxygen-binding proteins and models, copper enzymes, nitrogenase, and metals in medicine.
The field of cyanide coordination chemistry has developed over three centuries based on the versatile bridging capabilities of cyanide that were first discovered in Prussian Blue.
McCleverty, Comprehensive Coordination Chemistry - Synthesis, Reactions, Properties and Applications, Vol.
The book also features presentations on radical reactions involving proteins, lipids and other constituents, and discussions of the chemistry of non enzymatic browning reactions, of metallopophryns and their molecular structures and coordination chemistry, together with the biochemical mechanisms of enzymes.
Initially rotaxane ligands will be synthesised using the synthetically flexible, convergent, active template (AT) methodology followed by examination of their coordination chemistry with abundant and cheap cobalt.

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