Definition of Ligands. Meaning of Ligands. Synonyms of Ligands

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- three. Ligands are viewed as Lewis bases, although rare cases are known to involve Lewis acidic "ligands". Metals and metalloids are bound to ligands in virtually...
- Homobivalent ligands target two of the same receptor types. Heterobivalent ligands target two different receptor types. Bitopic ligands target an orthosteric...
- metal-ligand interactions and an effective decrease of Δ. Most halide ligands as well as OH− are primary examples of π donor ligands. When ligands have...
- compounds can serve as bridging ligands, so the term is usually restricted to small ligands such as pseudohalides or to ligands that are specifically designed...
- of two electrons by each of six σ-donor ligands to the d-orbitals on the metal. In octahedral complexes, ligands approach along the x-, y- and z-axes, so...
- cases the η ('eta') notation is used. Bridging ligands use the μ ('mu') notation. Polydentate ligands are chelating agents and cl****ified by their denticity...
- cl****ify ligands. Tetradentate ligands are common in nature in the form of chlorophyll which has a core ligand called chlorin, and heme with a core ligand called...
- spectator ligand is a ligand that does not parti****te in chemical reactions of the complex. Instead, spectator ligands (vs "actor ligands") occupy coordination...
- to transition metals as σ-acceptor ligands was recognized as early as in the 1970s, but the so-called Z-type ligands remained curiosities until the early...
- number of ligands attached to more than one metal (bridging ligands) is indicated by a subscript to the Gr**** symbol μ placed before the ligand name. Thus...
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