coordination compound


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Synonyms for coordination compound

a compound described in terms of the central atom to which other atoms are bound or coordinated

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Infrared spectra show that the ligand form complexes through -NH 2 and carbonyl moieties, the elemental studies suggested the M(ABH)X 2 composition of the coordination compounds.
Nakamoto, Infrared and Raman Spectra of Inorganic and Coordination Compounds, Wiley, New York, NY, USA, 3rd edition, 1978.
The synthesis of the novel 3-D coordination polymers opens up a route to a range of new solid state coordination compounds.
Thermal Transformation of Coordination Compounds in Solid Phase", Leningrade, Leningrade Univ.
Also, SciFinder's new version provides structure searches of the entire CAS substance collection or allows focus by substance classes, such as coordination compounds, mixtures, polymers, etc.
In addition SciFinder 2004 provides structure searches of the entire CAS substance collection or allows focus by substance classes, such as coordination compounds, mixtures, polymers, etc.
This ability allows these compounds to be used to make various polymerizable materials, including charge-transfer complexes and coordination compounds.
Other files on this disk are used to form inter-atomic bonds, various polygons denoting ring structures, and a variety of characters representing assorted angular junctures useful for forming structures of complex species like steroids and coordination compounds.
It is a device designed for basic research thermal properties of the studied compounds (particularly transition metal coordination compounds and nanomaterials) for education of students and for the implementation of contract research.
Coordination compounds and typical ligands are introduced, and the final chapters discuss structure, bonding, spectroscopy, and reactivity of coordination compounds and organometallic compounds.
The topics include free-energy surfaces and chemical reaction mechanisms and kinetics, interpreting and predicting properties of transition metal coordination compounds, mechanistic dichotomies in coupling-isomerization-Claisen pericyclic domino reactions in experiment and theory, statics of biomacromolecules, and structures of azole-containing macrocyclic peptides.
Coordination chemistry is named after the coordination compounds, or complexes, it studies, which are named after the coordinate or dative covalent bonds they contain, which differ from garden variety covalent bonds mainly in how chemists envisage they are formed.
Organic and inorganic compounds, coordination compounds, polymers, alloys, mixtures, minerals, proteins, and nucleic acids are among the classes of compounds found in the file.
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