ammine


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a complex inorganic compound that contains ammonia molecules

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Orduna, Syntheses and spectroscopic and quadratic nonlinear optical properties of extended dipolar complexes with ruthenium (II) ammine electron donor and N-methylpyridinium acceptor groups, J.
This is because tetrammine copper(II) complex is more stable than the ammine complexes of Ni(II) and Zn(II).
Localized endocrine amyloid deposits, as those seen in pituitary gland, are also termed APUD (ammine precursor uptake and decarboxylation) amyloid because the cells that secrete it share the property to handle precursors of biogenic amines (7).
With its emphasis on coordination chemistry but coverage of bioinorganic chemistry and instrumental analysis as well, the authors describe the history of early developments in inorganic chemistry and include five experiments with each topic, covering Werner's notion and the synthesis and analysis of cobalt ammine coordination compounds, molecular geometry and stability through solid and solution phase analysis, substitution reactions, electron transfer reactions, metals in medicine (including the synthesis and biological reactivity of a platinum anti-cancer drug), metals in environmental bioremediation and in molecular biology, and oxidation of a natural production by a catalyst.
Application of cobalt ammine for the simultaneous determination of traces of As, Fe, Ti, V and Zr in high-purity cobalt metal by lanthanum hydroxide coprecipitation and inductively coupled plasma-atomic emission spectrometry.
His next intended victim was 16-year-old messroom boy Hassan Ammine. But as Ahmed swung his dagger the boy proved too agile.