coordination number


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coordination number

n
(Chemistry) chem the number of coordinated species surrounding the central atom in a complex or crystal
Translations
indice de coordination
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According to previous theoretical studies and the well-established phase diagram of high pressure compounds, MgCl2 should have transformed to a higher coordination number (more dense) and 3D connectivity structure well below 40 GPa, through a first order phase transition," said lead author Elissaios (Elis) Stavrou, an LLNL physicist.
a] value does not exceed five, the six molecules of organic ligand are the part of the internal sphere according to coordination number of complexing agent metal.
The coordination number of Ag(I) is one, hence, a linear geometry is expected for this complex, provided the ligand coordinated in a monodentate fashion.
has strong interaction only with O(=C) of PA membrane and the innermost shell coordination number is 1.
This result was surprising, because usually lattices shrink when they have a lower coordination number, a process known as surface contraction.
In addition to INA, oxalic acid was also introduced to satisfy the higher coordination number of lanthanides.
2+] enters the glass as an intermediate, increases the number of non-bridging oxygens and decreases the coordination number of Te.
Access and movement are restricted through checkpoints, such as the dreaded one in Taysir, where you must have a permit or coordination number to pass, and diplomats, ministers and the local residents of course, have to wait for hours in the suffocating heat.
Contract notice: Open procedure for the award of supply networks and surgical fastening systems and its possible instruments necessary to the medical afferent area coordination number 4 (asl cn1, cn2 asl, ao santa croce and carle).
The lattice coordination number denotes the number of the nearest neighbors for each lattice site (26).
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