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transition metal

[tran′zish·ən ‚med·əl]
(chemistry)
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Schiff bases are a significant class of chelating ingredients in coordination chemistry because of their ability to form stable complexes with different transition metals.
in this erc project i will develop novel innovative cooperative catalysts using interdisciplinary chemical systems based on main group elements, Transition metals and molecular clusters to achieve better efficiency and improve chemical scope and sustainability of key chemical transformations.
The salts of transition metals such as Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, Cu and Zn are generally considered to catalyze coal pyrolysis.
Cells made only from rare earth and transition metals (Groups III and V in the Periodic Table) show high efficiencies, but they are often much more expensive.
MoSoy Catalyst is a low-cost, durable and effective catalyst that is made from biomass and inexpensive earth-abundant transition metals for the production of hydrogen.
The resulting macrocyclic molecules are stable in solution, can bind transition metals ions and host small molecules.
Sudbury's Transition Metals announced it has acquired all the exploration and development assets of the former First Nickel.
Numerous diagrams display the results of calculating point defect concentrations for a series of pure and doped oxides of transition metals with varying M/O ratios, crystallographic structure, and point defect structure.
The monomers form donor-acceptor polymers with an electron acceptor, including transition metals, iron, cobalt, or nickel within a ferrocene, cobaltocene, or nickelocene monomer.
Therefore, the effects of transition metals and metal oxides are investigated extensively.
Their topics include the thermodynamics of surface phenomena, localized states and surface elementary excitations, calculating adhesion characteristics of metals and their melts by the density functional method, friction of surfaces of solids with no lubrication, and ferromagnetism in ultrathin films of transition metals.
Proteins also have excellent potential as antioxidant additives in foods because they can inhibit lipid oxidation through multiple pathways including inactivation of reactive oxygen species, scavenging free radicals, chelation of prooxidative transition metals, reduction of hydroperoxides, and alteration of the physical properties of food systems.