multidentate


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mul·ti·den·tate

 (mŭl′tĭ-dĕn′tāt)
adj.
1. Zoology Having many teeth or toothlike processes.
2. Chemistry Having several or multiple possible binding sites.

multidentate

(ˌmʌltɪˈdɛnteɪt)
adj
1. (Zoology) having many teeth
2. (Chemistry) (of a ligand) having several points from which it can be attached to a central atom
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For the best of our knowledge the coordination polymers constructed from this asymmetric semirigid V-shaped multidentate O-donor ligand have not been reported thus far.
Soraia, Multidentate Schiff bases as new and effective corrosion inhibitors for mild steel in hydrochloric acid solution: an electrochemical and quantum chemical assessment.
Another research group uses a multidentate biopolymer to prepare QDs that are water-soluble [14].
The aminopolycarboxylate ligands can act as multidentate ligand, and their important characteristic bases on the bridging mode of the carboxylate groups [27-31].
Smith et al., "Synthesis and characterization of the tetranuclear iron(iii) complex of a new asymmetric multidentate ligand.
Diagnosis: With simple multidentate hooked hooks and capillaries and yellow aciculae.
Mattoussi, "Multidentate catechol-based polyethylene glycol oligomers provide enhanced stability and biocompatibility to iron oxide nanoparticles," ACS Nano, vol.
Pantos, "Uranium complexes of multidentate N-donor ligands," Coordination Chemistry Reviews, vol.
Each line of the matrix M displays a microstates configuration through a sequence of zeroes in those positions where the sites of multidentate macromolecule are not occupied by a ligand, and with a sequence of ones in those positions where the sites are bound to the ligand.
Key statement: The present invention is directed to a rubber composition comprising: a functionalized elastomer comprising: a polymeric backbone chain derived from a monomer comprising at least one conjugated diene monomer and optionally at least one vinyl aromatic monomer; and a functional group bonded to the backbone chain, the functional group comprising a multidentate ligand capable of complexing with a metal ion; and a metal ion.
The first objective is to open the way for the use of chiral multidentate halogen-bond donors (i.e., halogen-based Lewis acids) for enantiodiscrimination.

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