complexation


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complexation

(ˌkɒmplɛksˈeɪʃən)
n
the formation of a complex
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Other approaches include cosolvency using various solvent blends, cyclodextrin complexation, (3) use of surfactants, (4) salt forms, (5) prodrugs, (6) and alteration of crystal properties.
(7.) KH Coale and KW Bruland "Copper Complexation in the Northeast Pacific," Limnology and Oceanography, 33:5 (1988), 1084-1101.
All the solutions were allowed to stand for 5 min for complete complexation and then volumes were made up with methanol.
Emulsion Stabilization Via Silicilic Acid Complexation
Reduced metal adsorption is generally ascribed to the competition between metal-ligand complexation in solution and metal complexation at the surface, or to the direct competition between ligand anions and metal cations for coordination at mineral surface sites (Elzinga et al.
Among their topics are reverse micellar studies, activity coefficients of amino acids in aqueous electrolyte solutions, extracting biomolecules from aqueous solutions by reverse micelles, extracting proteins from aqueous solutions by complexation using surfactants, and reactions in ionic surfactant-based emulsions and microemulsions.
The study of complexation reaction of O & N donor ligands in non-aqueous matrices could be used as an efficient strategy to design the analytical systems such as potentiometric sensor, bulk and supported liquid membrane transport [9,10], optical sensor [11], solid phase and cloud point extraction [12, 13] and biochemistry fields [14].
SMLC II--improved Sparkle Model for the calculation of Lanthanide Complexation
Phenyl- and phenylhexyl-modified silica gels were two other stationary phases examined in this study to further explore the involvement of [pi]-[pi] complexation in retention and, consequently, resolution under nonaqueous elution.
Complexation of CH with anionic polymers has been reported to decrease its solubility.
In recent years, fluorescence enhancement approach with IDA principle based on CB[n] host-guest complexation has been used extensively for the determination of pesticides [22, 23], drugs [24], and other compounds [25].

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