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- called unidentate). Ligands with more than one bonded atom are called polydentate or multidentate. The word denticity is derived from dentis, the Latin...
- ammonia groups with an ethylene (−CH2CH2−) linker. A cl****ic example of a polydentate ligand is the hexadentate chelating agent EDTA, which is able to bond...
- formation or presence of two or more separate coordinate bonds between a polydentate (multiple bonded) ligand and a single central atom. These ligands are...
- sequestration Pyrrolizidine alkaloid sequestration Chelation, bonding between a polydentate ligand and a central atom Sequester (band) Sequestered (TV series), a...
- bonded to several donor atoms, which can be the same or different. A polydentate (multiple bonded) ligand is a molecule or ion that bonds to the central...
- The combination of functional groups allow amino acids to be effective polydentate ligands for metal-amino acid chelates. The multiple side chains of amino...
- coordination chemistry and homogeneous catalysis. Because the ligands are polydentate, they do not readily dissociate from the metal centre. When used in coordination...
- K. W.; Dorigo, A. E.; Liu, Q.-L.; Williard, P. G. (1997). "Effect of Polydentate Donor Molecules on Lithium Hexamethyldisilazide Aggregation: An X-ray...
- smaller group 2 cations tend to form stronger complexes, but when large polydentate macrocycles are involved the trend is reversed. Although calcium is in...
- ligands") occupy coordination sites. Spectator ligands tend to be of polydentate, such that the M-spectator ensemble is inert kinetically. Although they...
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