One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A compound containing a ligand (typically organic) bonded to a central metal atom at two or more points.
- ‘This can be managed with timely applications of iron chelates formulated for such purposes.’
- ‘Organic acids have been shown to increase the solubility of minerals and form strongly bound complexes and chelates with many metal cations.’
- ‘Iron chelates also can be used for foliar application.’
- ‘Magnesium chelates, another supplement option, are easily absorbed.’
- ‘Stability constants of organic chelates on mineral or metal surfaces are thought to approximate levels measured by solution chemistry.’
(of an appendage) bearing chelae.
- ‘The first chelate pereiopods of galatheoids are long and often much longer than the remainder of the pereiopods.’
- ‘The specimen bears three chelate pereiopods, with the first much larger than the others.’
Form a chelate with.
- ‘However, quinolones chelate with cations such as aluminum, magnesium, calcium, iron, and zinc.’
- ‘It chemically captures, or chelates, excess iron but must be given intravenously or by injection.’
- ‘EDTA chelates divalent cations and thus prevents the formation of the inactive complex.’
- ‘ALA not only may help chelate heavy metals but is important for replenishing GSH levels.’
- ‘When EDTA chelates the ions, the solution changes to the blue color of the indicator in alkaline solution.’
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