Monodentate

Some articles on monodentate:

Common Ligands - Examples of Common Ligands (by Field Strength)
... denticity Remark(s) Iodide (iodo) I− monoanionic monodentate Bromide (bromido) Br− monoanionic monodentate Sulfide (thio or less commonly "bridging ...
Common Ligands - Other General Encountered Ligands (alphabetical)
... NO+ cationic bent (1e) and linear (3e) bonding mode Oxo O dianion monodentate sometimes bridging Pyrazine N2C4H4 neutral ditopic sometimes bridging Scorpionate ligand tridentate Sulfite monoanionic ...
Coordination Polymer - Ligands
... Monodentate ligands are also referred to as terminal because they do not offer a place for the network to continue ... polymers will consist of a combination of poly- and monodentate, bridging, chelating, and terminal ligands ...
Chelation - The Chelate Effect
... of a collection of similar nonchelating (monodentate) ligands for the same metal ... In (2) the bidentate ligand is replaced by two monodentate methylamine ligands of approximately the same donor power, meaning that the enthalpy of formation of Cu—N bonds is ... much higher than a corresponding complex with two monodentate nitrogen donor ligands and four monodentate carboxylate ligands ...
Stability Constants Of Complexes - Factors Affecting The Stability Constants of Complexes - The Chelate Effect
... In (2) the bidentate ligand is replaced by two monodentate methylamine ligands of approximately the same donor power, meaning that the enthalpy of formation of Cu—N bonds is ... much higher than a corresponding complex with two monodentate nitrogen donor ligands and four monodentate carboxylate ligands ... complex will be higher than the concentration of an analogous complex with monodentate ligands ...