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binuclear

 [bi-noo´kle-ar]
having two nuclei.

bi·nu·cle·ar

, binucleate (bī-nū'klē-ăr, -klē-āt),
Having two nuclei.

bi·nu·cle·ar

, binucleate (bī-nū'klē-ăr, -ăt)
Having two nuclei.
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complex 1 has a 3D structure formed by the combination of mono and binuclear chains, complexes 2 and 3 have identical structures with one only difference in the length of the auxiliary ligands.
The effect of oxygen and dissolved air in compound 4 was studied observing a decrease in the intensity of emission upon addition of oxygen and increase in this emission when it is substituted by nitrogen, and in the solid state, this binuclear exhibited a slight mechanochromism in response to mechanical grinding; this behavior can be attributed to changes in the molecular arrangements.
The 1-2 and 4 binuclear core showed a Rh-Rh bond distance in an expected range of 2.3925(6), 2.3886(5), and 2.3860(6) A, respectively (see Figures 5(a)-7(a) and Table 3) [68-70].
Marcel Breuer propone por primera vez para sus casas la planta en forma de H o casa binuclear en el concurso de 1943 Design for PosWar Living de la revista Arts&Architecture.
(29) Olefin polymerization behavior of binuclear heteroligated Ti(IV) catalyst based on phenoxyimine ligand.
P Yan, "Synthesis of and magnetic interactions in binuclear Cu(II)M(II) (M=Cu, Ni and Mn) complexes of macrocyclic oxamido ligands," Polyhedron, vol.
In these binuclear Pd(II) complexes, 1,10-phenanthroline (phen) acts as capping ligand and al-bis-dtc bridges the two Pd centers.
By this reaction, and also by binding the copper binuclear centers in a noncompetitive manner [12], NO can regulate cytochrome c oxidase activity and, more widely, it can tune mitochondrial respiration.
The cyclic voltammogram of the modified graphite paste electrode with CuHSA showed one redox couple with formal potential E = 0.75 V versus Ag/AgCl(sat) (KCl 1.0 mol [L.sup.-1] ; v = 20 mV [s.sup.-1]) attributed to the redox process Fe(n)[(CN).sub.6]/Fe(m) [(CN).sub.6] of the binuclear complex formed [27].
As shown in Figure 6(a), the spatial distribution of Gucun residents' activities is a nonuniform distribution shaped like a binuclear dumbbell.
Peng, "Visible-light-induced photocatalytic hydrogen production over binuclear RuII-bipyridyl dye-sensitized Ti[O.sub.2] without noble metal loading," Chemistry--A European Journal, vol.
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