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bi·nu·cle·ate

 (bī-no͞o′klē-ĭt, -āt′, -nyo͞o′-) also bi·nu·cle·at·ed (-ā′tĭd) or bi·nu·cle·ar (-klē-ər, -nyo͞o′-)
adj.
Having two nuclei.
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Adj.1.binuclear - having two nuclei
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binuclear

[baɪˈnjuːklɪəʳ] ADJbinuclear
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According to X-ray diffraction, the product was a binuclear complex, [Cu2L(pyridine)6]*2H2O.
Each two neighboring Mn2 form a binuclear unit via 2[[mu].sup.2] carboxylate brdiging oxygen (Mn2-O2= 2.174 [Angstrom]), the distance between the two Mn(II) ions is 3.42 [Angstrom], the binuclear units are connected together via O4 carboxylate oxygen (Mn2-N3= 2.318[Angstrom], Mn2-O1= 2.767[Angstrom], Mn2-O4=2.131[Angstrom], Mn2-O5= 2.075[Angstrom], Mn2-O7= 2.433[Angstrom]), to furnish a one dimensional binuclear chain (Figure 2.b).
Oliphant, Relocation Custody Disputes--A Binuclear Family Centered Three-Stage Solution, 25 N.
Photo inactivation of Agaricus bisporus tyrosinase: Modification of the binuclear copper site.
For each material and elution period, 1000 binuclear lymphocytes were analyzed for micronuclei content, nuclear buds and nucleoplasmic bridges.
Zn1-Zn6, Zn2-Zn3 and Zn4-Zn5 atoms are linked by the carboxylic groups to afford the binuclear Zn secondary building units (SBUs), which are joined by the Im pillars along the c axis to give rise to the 1D SBU chains (Figure 3B).
In the lobules of the liver, the following parameters were investigated: the intensity of inflammatory changes, the type of hepatocyte necrosis, the occurrence of steatosis, binuclear hepatocytes, and the accumulation of pigments in hepatocytes.
Nierlich, "The first metal complex of an acyclic hexaphenol: structure of the binuclear complex of uranyl ions with an analogue of p-tert-butylcalix[6]arene," Journal of the Chemical Society, Dalton Transactions, no.
In the publications cited above, the authors also proved a concept according to which the ORR process is realized with participation of surface binuclear oxygen (SBNO) nanoclusters on the base of OSS formed on the surface of Pt-electrodes in molecular oxygen atmosphere.
Electron paramagnetic resonance was utilized to further characterize [Mn.sup.2+] binding, and these data were consistent with the presence of a binuclear manganese center [49].
El-Gammal, "Mononuclear and binuclear complexes derived from hydrazone Schiff base NON donor ligand: synthesis, structure, theoretical and biological studies," Inorganica Chimica Acta, vol.