coordination complex


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coordination complex

[kō‚ȯrd·ən′ā·shən ′käm‚pleks]
(chemistry)
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These results suggest that the two components of the composite are compatible and coordination complex formation of Pyridine N with metal salts/surfactants increases the glass transition temperature of the composite nanoparticles.
LAS VEGAS--Treatment with ferric citrate coordination complex conferred multiple benefits with cardioprotective implications in non-dialysis-dependent chronic kidney disease patients with elevated serum phosphate and iron-deficiency anemia in a randomized trial.
Ferric citrate coordination complex (FCCC), an investigational oral product also known as Zerenex, effectively lowered patients elevated serum phosphate into normal range while repleting iron stores, boosting hemoglobin, and reducing levels of the cardiotoxic protein fibroblast growth factor 23 (FGF23), Dr.
Key clinical point: Ferric citrate coordination complex may lower cardiac risk in chronic kidney disease.
The increase in copper retention for unleached wood for all copper salts (Table 1) can be explained by formation of a coordination complex between copper(II) and one or more hydroxy groups of the PVOH polymer, which helps immobilize the copper ion.
PepZin GI(TM) is a coordination complex of zinc with the dipeptide L-carnosine.
Voluntary ex ante transparency notice: ensure the activities of the control group coordination complex cabling mo34 on the 3rd and the 4th unit of the plant.
The carbonyl stretching frequency is 30 wavenumbers lower in the coordination complex because [sigma]-donation of electron density to the metal center weakens the C=0 bond.
It is not unreasonable for C=O's molar absorption coefficient to increase dramatically in the coordination complex, which could explain the much stronger signal @ 1625 [cm.

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