Kurtoglu, New Tridentate
Azo Azomethines, and Their Copper(II) Complexes: Synthesis, Solvent Effect on Tautomerism, Electrochemical and Biological Studies, J.
Syntheses and crystal structures of a tridentate
enaminone and its copper complex.
S2 usually without clearly differentiated tridentate
black spot at base.
Early examples of metallic grids employed different bidentate and tridentate
ligands based on bi(pyridines) (Youinou, et al., 1992) and terpyridines (Garcia, et al., 1999).
Among the reported structures, organic ligands with carboxylate play an important role in coordination chemistry and can adopt various binding modes such as monodentate, chelating one metal center, bridging two metal centers in a synsyn, syn-anti and anti-anti configuration, and bridging two metal centers in a tridentate
, with pointed teeth, the middle one longer than others.
Further, an excessive amount of [Fe.sup.3+] will break the ideal [Fe.sup.3+]-CO[O.sup.-] tridentate
coordinate equilibrium, the optimal state as strength enhancer, and shift it to less robust states consisting on bi- and/or mono-dentate counterparts.
1990), which then forms a tridentate
ligand with the active site (two nickel atoms) of urease enzyme (Manunza et al.
Energy relationships of the mammals of a desert shrub (Larrea tridentate
ligand is one of the most used for the preparation of lanthanide complexes [9, 15-17].
Accordingly, the ligand acts as a tridentate
chelating agent, bonded to the metal ion via the phenolate-O, tyrosine-O and azomethineN-atoms.
Patra, "Synthesis and characterisation of copper(II) complexes with tridentate
NNO functionalized ligand: Density function theory study, DNA binding mechanism, optical properties, and biological application," Bioinorganic Chemistry and Applications, vol.