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metallation

[‚med·ə′lā·shən]
(organic chemistry)
The direct replacement of a hydrogen atom by a metal atom in an organic molecule to form a carbon-metal bond.
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For the Health and Social Service sector, 'Integrase-Controlled Excision of Metal-Resistance Genomic Islands in Acinetobacter baumannii' by Dr Zaaima al Jabri won, while Muhammad S Khan won the Energy and Industry sector for his project 'Impact of the Alkyne Substitution Pattern and Metalation on the Photoisomerisation of Azobenzene-Based Platinum (II) Diynes and Polyynes'.
Merlino, "Ruthenium metalation of proteins: the X-ray structure of the complex formed between NAMI-A and hen egg white lysozyme," Dalton Transactions, vol.
Fairen-Jimenez et al., "Vaporphase metalation by atomic layer deposition in a metal-organic framework," Journal of the American Chemical Society, vol.
The DFT/B3LYP method was used because it is frequently employed for the studies on metalation of natural antioxidant [9-11, 26].
Firstly, levels of manganese could affect the metalation and activity of MnSOD (Lee et al.
More specifically, much of Snieckus' seemingly boundless energy has been invested in the technique of metalation, whereby a metal atom attaches to an organic molecule in order to foster synthetic reactions.
For all the complexes, the backbone vibrational signals such as C-C and C-H stretchings of the benzene ring, aromatic out of plane C-H bending, aromatic in plane C-H bending, aliphatic hydrizido N-N stretching, and C-N-N backbone bending ([beta](C-N-N)) remained unaltered following the metalation, indicating the robust nature of the backbone during the synthesis [20].
The metalation of phenoxazine and some of its derivatives.
The first, a direct metalation strategy failed to produce chelating complexes, instead generating monodentate NHC-Ir species.
Branching can be imparted to the typical anionic polymerization by thermal heating multi-functional monomers, metalation grafting techniques, and post-polymerization linking reactions.
This decrease in intensity could be due to the covering of the pores in the silica surface during the metalation.
(2006) Metalation chemistry of meso-aryl-substituted expanded porphyrins.