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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Coordination Coordination," in "Infrared and Raman Spectra of Inorganic and Coordination Compounds (Translated)," Chemical Industry Press, Beijing (1991), pp.
Thermal Transformation of Coordination Compounds in Solid Phase", Leningrade, Leningrade Univ.
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 compounds studied (particularly transition metal coordination compounds and nanomaterials) for education of students and for the implementation of contract research.
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.
detail how molecular modeling can be applied to inorganic and coordination compounds.
BULLETIN BOARD: ACCP) announced today that its proprietary therapeutic compound ProLindac will be featured at the forthcoming, industry-renown conference entitled "10th International Symposium on Platinum Coordination Compounds in Cancer Chemotherapy" held in Verona, Italy from November 30 - December 3, 2007.
Comprehensive Coordination Chemistry: The Synthesis, Reactions, Properties, and Applications of Coordination Compounds.
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