vanadate


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vanadate

[′van·ə‚dāt]
(mineralogy)
Any of several mineral compounds characterized by pentavalent vanadium and oxygen in the anion; an example is vanadinite.
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These vanadate phosphors exhibited broadband emission from 440 nm to over 750 nm due to charge transfer transition in the V[O.sub.4] tetrahedra, and colors of these luminescent materials are yellowish white with slight variation in CIE chromaticity.
Sjolin, Active Site of RNase: Neutron Diffraction Study of a Complex with Uridine Vanadate, a Transition-State Analog, Proc.
First of all, it was concluded that the effects induced by both vanadate and decavanadate depend not only on the concentration but also on other experimental parameters such as the exposure time, cellular fraction, type of tissue, mode of administration, and species of animal [1, 3, 10].
El-Kady, "Developing and characterization of a new zirconium vanadate ion exchanger and its novel organic-inorganic hybrid," Journal of Applied Sciences Research, vol.
Bismuth nitrate pentahydrate (Bi(N[O.sub.3])3-5[H.sub.2]O, 99%, Ajax) and ammonium vanadate (N[H.sub.3]V[O.sub.4], 99%, Carlo) were used as bismuth and vanadium precursors.
1981, Effects of vanadate on heart and circulation.
The third group received the vanadate (Fluka, Chemica, Switzerland) as a reference drug (Levy and Bendayan, 1991) at a dose of 0.8/kg/h.
This vanadate was found for the first time in the 1980's in a calcite-filled and quartz-filled fracture crosscutting the manganese ore, as wine-red crystals up to 6 mm showing dodecahedral and trapezohedral forms.
Vanadate (1 mM) induced levels of metamorphosis (53% [+ or -] 8.3%) equal to those induced by hydrogen peroxide (32% [+ or -] 33%) and L.