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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2002, Synthesis and Characterisation and crystal structure of cis-dioxomolybdenum(VI) complexes of some potentially pentadentate but functionally tridentate (ONS) donor ligands, Polyhedron, 21, pp.
The ligands are mostly planar molecules, as well as the metal complexes, where the central palladium atom is in a square planar environment surrounded by these tridentate ligands.
Tyrosine is a potentially tridentate ligand but it coordinates only through the carboxylato oxygen.
Male palpal tibia with single curved dorsal-retrolateral TA with tridentate tip, and dorsal distal lobe (Fig.
However, relatively few meridional tridentate (pincer) complexes involving NHC ligands have been synthesized as of yet, and all of them have involved palladium.
Meridional tridentate (pincer) palladium complexes involving P, N, or S ligands have been shown to be thermally stable, highly active catalysts for a number of processes.
Metacoxae laterally angled; femora long and slender; protibiae tridentate, elongate, with basal tooth situated in front of middle, and separated from anterior two teeth; all three pairs of legs with first tarsomere longer than second; tarsi clothed with dense setae, more notably in meso and metatarsi.
trifida are unique in Lophodiplosis for the lack of setae on most papillae, their long, narrow, tridentate spatula in the third instar, and mostly smooth integument.