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

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This has necessitated continuous search for new antimicrobial compounds with particular focus on coordination compounds of biological importance [35-37].
Some atom net charges of coordination compound Co 0.00104 [C.sub.1] 0.2494 [C.sub.8] -0.1351 [C1.sub.1] -0.2564 [C.sub.2] -0.1111 [C.sub.9] 0.2489 [C1.sub.2] -0.2066 [C.sub.3] 0.1826 [C.sub.10] -0.1496 [C1.sub.3] -0.2741 [C.sub.4] -0.1205 [C.sub.11] 0.2067 [C1.sub.4] -0.2585 [C.sub.5] 0.2509 [C.sub.12] -0.1111 [N.sub.1] -0.05846 [C.sub.6] -0.0489 [C.sub.13] 0.2189 [N.sub.2] -0.05724 [C.sub.7] -0.0800 [C.sub.14] -0.0890 [C.sub.15] -0.0884 [C.sub.16] -0.1214 [H.sub.N1] 0.1802 [H.sub.N2] 0.1563 [H.sub.2] 0.0443 [H.sub.4] 0.0561 Table 6.
Nakamoto, Infrared and Raman Spectra of Inorganic and Coordination Compounds, New York, NY: John Wiley Interscience, p.
It exhibits the half-filled line at ~1600 gauss due to [DELTA]Ms = 2 transition and conclusively proves the presence of the magnetic exchange interaction in this coordination compound.
A perusal of the literature indicates that very less work have been carried out on the coordination compounds of the thiazolidinones [16,17] and there is no report on the coordination compounds of Mn(II), Cu(II), Cd(II), Zr[(OH).sub.2](IV), and U[O.sub.2](VI) ions with N-(2-carbamoylthienyl)-C-(3'-carboxy-2,-hydroxyphenyl)thiazolidin-4-one, L[H.sub.3] (II).
In fact, transition metal coordination compounds display a number of different coordination numbers and geometries (square planar, tetrahedral, and octahedral) as opposed to the typical tetrahedral geometry for the organic congeners.
Prepared coordination compounds are right precursors to synthesis of nanoparticles because they had been confirmed to be an effective path to give high-quality monodispersed metal nanoparticles [16].
Chemists synthesize the findings published since the turn of the 21st century about the magnetic properties of coordination compounds based on highly anisotropic lanthanide ions.
The thermal behavior was investigated by Perkin Elmer TGA analyzer at a heating rate of 10[degrees]C [min.sup.-1] in the temperature range 50-700[degrees]C under nitrogen which provides much information about the coordination compounds. In all the oligomer metal complexes, decomposition occurred in two steps (Figure 2).
Reedijk, "Model systems for type I copper proteins: structures of copper coordination compounds with thioether and azole-containing ligands," Coordination Chemistry Reviews, vol.
Kumar, "Synthesis and spectral studies of Cu(II) coordination compounds of 4[N-(cinnamalidene) amino] antipyrine semicarbazone," Asian Journal of Chemistry, vol.
Now, the study for coordination compounds or coordination polymers nanomaterials is a rising field in materials research [30, 31].
Writing for scientists and engineers who are working with supercritical liquids, or who would like to, he discusses coordination compounds, fundamental aspects of supercritical fluids, the thermodynamics of mixtures of metal complexes with supercritical fluids, the thermodynamics and dynamics of adsorption of metal complexes on surfaces from supercritical solutions, the synthesis of nanostructured composites of metals, extracting metals using supercritical fluids, homogeneous catalysis in supercritical fluids, preparing powders by arrested precipitation processes using reactions of metal complexes in supercritical fluids, and future research needs.
[16] Nakamoto, K (1998) Infrared and Raman spectra of inorganic and coordination compounds, Part A and Part B, John wiley and sons, New York.
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