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a substance (an atom or molecule or radical or ion) that forms a complex around a central atom

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In the present study, a novel monobasic bidentate ligand (H2L) containing a combination of two pharmacological sulfonamide and imidazole moieties was synthesized via reactions of 1-(4-((1H-imidazol-2-yl)sulfonyl)phenyl)ethanone (ISE) and cyano-acetic acid hydrazide in absolute ethanol.
Salicylaldehyde Salicyloylhydrazone belongs to the family known as Schiff bases and impart as bidentate ligand with transition metals to synthesize organometallic compounds.
Thymidine like uridine acts as a bidentate ligand involving N(3) and O(4) in metal binding [7] and rules out the possibility to bind through the deoxyribose unit [8].
2 Supramolecular Construction of Chelating Bidentate Ligand Libraries through Hydrogen Bonding: Concept and Applications in Homogeneous Metal Complex Catalysis (Bernhard Breit).
Bipyridine, a bidentate ligand, was extensively used in the development of coordination chemistry.
5]L species; and where L is a chelating bidentate ligand, rapid continuation to the chelating M[(CO).
3] ligands behave as a monodentate ligand via N imine donor atom in 1-9, but behaves as bidentate ligand via anionic O atom & imine N atoms in 10-18.
In view of the well-known tendencies of Zn (II) to form tetrahedral complexes [6, 29, 30], same structure may be proposed for Zn (II) ABH complexes with ABH acting as bidentate ligand.