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    Therefore, ν_as and ν_s would both be raised upon coordination with respect to free nitrite ions1, and according to figure 1, these features were possessed by "[Ni" ("N" "O" _"2" )_"2" ("en" )_"2" "]" which was thus a nitro complex. This was also evidenced in its red colour and its shorter λ_max of UV-visible absorption relative to other complexes. Here, the NO_2^- ions would be bound with the N end, above and below the plane of "[Ni" ("en" )_"2" ]^"2+" , exerting a stronger ligand field than other…

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    Introduction What are enzymes and how do they affect reactions? Enzymes force reactions, in cells, to maintain a speed necessary for life. Enzymes can also be considered catalysts because they require the reactions to arise faster without themselves changing. For this experiment, the substrate in the enzymatic reaction was sucrase, and it will be causing sucrose to change resulting in the following equation: Sucrose → Glucose + Fructose Where the arrow is in the equation indicates the enzyme,…

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    Benzenethiol Ligand Study

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    In this study, the effect of benzenethiol ligand on CdSe/ZnS core/shell quantum dots was investigated. Conventional long-chain oleic acid (OA) and trioctylphosphine (TOP) capping ligands were partially replaced by short benzenethiol ligands, and the improvement in the luminescence performance was observed in quantum dot light emitting diodes (QD-LED). Approximately 1.8 fold improvement was achieved for both the maximum luminance and maximum current efficiency for the QD-LEDs fabricated with…

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    Objective The purpose of the experiment is to synthesize multiple cobalt complexes with various ligands and explain the ligand field transitions of these complexes using Ultraviolet-Visible (UV-Vis) spectroscopy. The experiment provides insight into specific colors of certain molecular species and respective bonding information. Introduction Transition elements are defined by the IUPAC as atoms that have an incomplete d-subshell, most commonly referring to the d-block.1 When transition metals…

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    The KIR ligand incompatibility model, also known as the “ligand-ligand” model was first suggested by the Perugia group, and predicts NK alloreactivity in the GVHD direction when the recipient lacks expression of an iKIR ligand (figure 4a) 31-34. This seminal study demonstrated the first clinical evidence of the efficacy of adoptive immunotherapy via NK alloreactivity 31,32. Utilizing HLA-mismatched haploidentical donors, Ruggeri and colleagues evaluated ninety two patients with high risk…

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    One is to use a matching technique which describes the protein and the ligand as complementary surfaces. And the second is to simulate the actual docking process in which the ligand-protein pairwise interaction energies are calculated. Both approaches have meaningful but quite different advantages and some some limitations. These are: Shape complementarity: The complementarity between the two surfaces accounts for the shape matching description which helps in finding the complementary pose of…

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    Schiff Base Essay

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    CHAPTER 2 LITERATURE REVIEW 2.1 Synthesis of Schiff base Method preparation for Schiff base ligand is a straight forward synthesis and easily modified using different amines and carbonyl compound. This could be one of the reasons that make Schiff base ligand popular in coordination chemistry research. Synthesis of Schiff base ligand commonly, taking place in alcohol through condensation reaction of amines and carbonyl compound. The acid/base catalysis or heating is employed in the synthesis…

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    conjugated system in the ligand structure that accounted for the high yield. The photoluminescence intensities and quantum yields of the metal complex changed with respect to that of the ligand upon complexation with various metals. Based on their findings indication that the fluorescence emission intensity of the ligand decreased significantly due to the complex formation with the transition metal ions. These coordination compounds make the energy transfers possible from the excited state of…

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    the macrocyclic, H6L Ligand 3.1.1 The macrocyclic, H6L Ligand The physical and analytical data of the macrocyclic, H6L ligand and its transition metal complexes were shown in Table 1. From the investigation, the expected structure of H6L with its possible toutomeric forms can be represented as shown in Figure 1. H6L ligand is highly symmetric under the point group C2v symmetry and can show all the normal modes of vibrations by solving the irreducible representation under C2v. For simplicity,…

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    Receptor Biochemistry

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    A receptor is a molecule usually found on the surface of the cell and receiving signals (chemical or hormonal) from outside the cell. Receptors belong to class of proteins. Binding of some substance to the receptor brings about changes that direct the actions of cell containing receptor. Ligand is the molecule that binds to the receptor and it can be a peptide, a hormone, neurotransmitter, drug or a toxin etc. Each receptor possesses two functional domains: recognition domain that binds the…

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