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tri·pod

(trī'pod),
1. Three-legged.
2. A stand having three legs or supports.
[G. tripous, fr. tri- + pous, foot]

tri·pod

(trī'pod)
1. Three-legged.
2. A stand having three legs or supports.
[G. tripous, fr. tri- + pous, foot]

tripod

(trī′pŏd) [Gr. treis, three, + pous, foot]
A stand having three supports, usually legs.
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Anion Complexation Studies of 3-Nitrophenyl-Substituted Tripodal Thiourea Receptor: A Naked-Eye Detection of Sulfate via Fluoride Displacement Assay.
Due to such advantages and, also, for the ease of formation, work has been done on the synthesis of tripodal ligand(s), especially the Schiff base tripodal ligand(s).
Considering the extensive usage of tripodal multidentate chelating systems, we in our present work report the synthesis of a novel multidentate imine-naphthol based tripodal ligand along with spectroscopic details and discussion of keto-enol tautomerism shown by the ligand (Figure 1).
If we examine our ligand structure, it is found that the tripodal ligand(s) in its fully protonated form have seven protons which can be deprotonated by the addition of base.
Vahrenkamp, "Tripodal pseudopeptides with three histidine or cysteine donors: synthesis and zinc complexation, "Inorganic Chemistry, vol.
Hossain, "An anthracene-based tripodal chemosensor for anion sensing," International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, vol.
Amelia Santos, "New tripodal hydroxypyridinone based chelating agents for Fe(III), Al(III) and Ga(III): synthesis, physico-chemical properties and bioevaluation, " Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry, vol.
Orvig, "Tripodal aminophenolate ligand complexes of aluminum(III), Gallium(III), and Indium(III) in water" Inorganic Chemistry, vol.
10:25 ANIONS BINDING AND SELECTIVITY WITH TRIPODAL UREAS
We recently synthesized a new receptor based on tripodal tris-urea with p-cyano groups, which have six ureido -NHs.