complex compound

complex compound

[′käm‚pleks ′käm‚pau̇nd]
(chemistry)
Any of a group of chemical compounds in which a part of the molecular bonding is of the coordinate type. Also known as coordination complex.
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5, but when you apply, say phosphorous on soil with high acidity (pH of below 5), then phosphorous is tied up by aluminium and iron to form a complex compound like Aluminium phosphate, held so tightly that the plant is unable to absorb the phosphorous.
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The firm is said to have registered a sim card used by suicide bomber Mahir who blew himself at the Dusit Hotel Complex compound.
Fe(III) was determined using photometric method as complex compound with sulfosalicylic acid, and Fe(II) was determined using electrochemical method.
1H NMR data for morin and its corresponding complex are provided below individually for ligand molecule and complex compound.
This means that the whole plant as dispensed represents a much more complex compound than medical tetrahydrocannabinol, for example, Dr.
The company added that the newly developed system uses the thermal decomposition of a complex compound as the source of nitric oxide.
(Lebanese national, born 1990) in a 9th floor apartment of City Complex compound. The terrorist is wanted for close ties with other terrorists and suicide bombers who have been recently arrested in various hotels in Lebanon.
However, approaching more complex compound bifurcation molds may require stainless steel 3D printing.
Finally, the complex compound was dried in a vacuum oven and obtained in 79% yield.
These results are accordant with the biological activity which indicates that the lowest antimicrobial spectrum was noticed for the Ni(II) complex, while the largest inhibitions zones were exhibited by the Cu(II) complex (Table?); this last complex compound proved to be the most efficient also in the quantitative assay (Table 8).