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mutidentate ligand;chelating agent
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nature : also known as the chelating ligand (chelating ligand), chelating group (chelating group) or Ligand (mutidentate ligand). Ligand has two or more coordination atoms, and also with a central atom (or ion) to form chelate ring. As chelating agents into the role so chelate ring than similar composition and structure of the non-chelating compounds Coordination of high stability. Chelating agents are mostly organic ligand. It has been found the chelating agent a maximum of 14 teeth. The chelating agents assigned to oxygen atoms and nitrogen as the most common, followed by sulfur, phosphorus and arsenic. Add soap in the metal chelator lost activity, which can prevent soap metamorphism.

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1) chelant;chelating agent
2) More ligand
3) metal chelating agent
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10) Ligand
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