tridentate


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tridentate

 [tri-den´tāt]
having three prongs.

tri·den·tate

(trī-den'tāt),
Three-toothed; three-pronged.
Synonym(s): trident
[tri- + L. dentatus, toothed]

tridentate

/tri·den·tate/ (-den´tāt) having three prongs.

trident, tridentate

See tricuspid.

tridentate

adjective Having or referring to three prongs, as with a trident.

tri·den·tate

(trī-den'tāt)
Three-toothed; three-pronged.
[tri- + L. dentatus, toothed]

tri·den·tate

(trī-den'tāt)
Three-toothed; three-pronged.
[tri- + L. dentatus, toothed]

tridentate

having three prongs.
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Highly enantioselective hydrophosphonylation of aldehydes catalyzed by tridentate Schiff base aluminum(III) complexes, Angew.
Colour, yield and melting point of the prepared dibasic tridentate Schiff bases.
As is evident from the above data, the Schiff base ligands(1a-3a) behave as dibasic tridentate ligands and co-ordinate through phenolic oxygen, azomethine nitrogen and enolic oxygen atoms.
Abou-Hussen, Spectroscopic studies of bimetallic complexes derived from tridentate or tetradentate Schiff bases of some di-and tri-valent transition metals, Spectrochim.
Trisodontophyes is readily separated from other African Blennocampinae by its tridentate claws (Fig.
4] complex to give an octahedral geometry, with ligand acting as tridentate.
This ligand acts as a chelating tridentate ligand with Pd(II) when reacted with potassium tetrachloropalladate.
4][BROM-MB]} and tridentate coordination of ligands in {M[(CO).
The section is distinguished through the following characters: pistillate flower pedicelled, calyx vase-shaped, deeply tridentate.
Protibia clearly tridentate, apical spur robust, pointed, slightly bent down and outwards, about as long as first two tarsal joints combined; both meso- and metatibiae elongate, moderately dilated apically, visibly arcuate outwards, outer margin with single blunt denticle at about middle, lower apical edge with sparse unequal spines; metatibia very slender, about 4.