nitrogen group

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ni·tro·gen group

(nī'trō-jen grūp),
Five trivalent or quinquivalent elements the hydrogen compounds of which are basic and the oxyacids of which vary from monobasic to tetrabasic: nitrogen, phosphorus, arsenic, antimony, and bismuth.

ni·tro·gen group

(nī'trŏ-jĕn grūp)
Five trivalent or quinquivalent elements whose hydrogen compounds that are basic and with oxyacids that vary from monobasic to tetrabasic: nitrogen, phosphorus, arsenic, antimony, and bismuth.
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The Fe atom layers of these pnictide systems are normally sandwiched by pnictogen, for example, Arsenic (As).
The objectives of the research include the discovery and development of efficient and effective synthetic routes to new, fundamentally important molecules containing P, As, Sb, or Bi in which the pnictogen centre exhibits an unusual local structure, is engaged in a new connectivity, provides materials with new, spectroscopic, physical, or reactivity properties, or has relevance in established bioactivity.
New synthetic methods are being explored for the synthesis of unusual [Pi]-bonded pnictogen and chalcogen compounds which may yield novel polymers and pharmaceuticals.