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binuclear

[bī′nü·klē·ər]
(cell and molecular biology)
Having two nuclei.
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The adjacent binuclear complexes are linked by the O-H...O hydrogen bond between the carboxyl oxygen and the lattice water oxygen, which assembled the complex into 1-D supramolecular chain along a - axis(Fig.2).
The structure of 1 can be considered as mono nuclear unit connected to a binuclear unit by carboxylate oxygen (Figure 6), two Mn(II) ions was linked by carboxylate oxygen to form the binuclear unit) (Mn1...Mn2 = 5.29[Angstrom], Mn2...Mn2=3.42[Angstrom]).
However, the molar extinction coefficients ([epsilon]) of 2 and 4 were less than the binuclear species with different central cores [46].
Hu, "Crystal structures of a ZIP zinc transporter reveal a binuclear metal center in the transport pathway," Science Advances, vol.
Therefore, we were initially motivated to investigate about the reactivity of I as a catalyst for the HA reaction, although we obtained the double ligand-insertion products into the binuclear Rh(II) complex which were not exactly as it was reported previously for this kind of complexes.
Poyton, "Isoforms of yeast cytochrome c oxidase subunit V affect the binuclear reaction center and alter the kinetics of interaction with the isoforms of yeast cytochrome c," The Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol.
Role of the binuclear manganese (II) site in xylose isomerase.
Insulin mimetic effects of macrocyclic binuclear oxovanadium complexes on streptozotocin-induced experimental diabetes in rats.