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- A hexadentate ligand in coordination chemistry is a ligand that combines with a central metal atom with six bonds. One example of a hexadentate ligand...
- widely used to bind to iron and calcium ions. It binds these ions as a hexadentate ("six-toothed") chelating agent. EDTA is produced as several salts, notably...
- (−CH2CH2−) linker. A cl****ic example of a polydentate ligand is the hexadentate chelating agent EDTA, which is able to bond through six sites, completely...
- acid also known as HEDTA is a tricarboxylic acid and amine. It is a hexadentate ligand. It can chelate or form salts with many metals. Chaberek, S.;...
- formation of coordinate covalent bonds to metal cations makes EDTA a hexadentate ligand. However, in practice EDTA is usually only partially ionized,...
- acid) is a chelating agent. Like EDTA, it binds metal ions as a hexadentate ligand, using two amines, two phenolate centers, and two carboxylates...
- antibody-based PET imaging. These chelate complexes often employ the usage of hexadentate ligands such as desferrioxamine B (DFO), according to Meijs et al., and...
- bind with five atoms, an example being ethylenediaminetriacetic acid. Hexadentate ligands bind with six atoms, an example being EDTA (although it can bind...
- into the more soluble Fe2+ ions. Siderop****s usually form a stable, hexadentate, octahedral complex preferentially with Fe3+ compared to other naturally...
- pendetide. For example, in its complex with copper(II), DTPA binds in a hexadentate manner utilizing the three amine centres and three of the five carboxylates...
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