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*  Ruthenium anti-cancer drugs
Ruthenium diamine complexes are of interest as potential anticancer drugs. RAED compounds are ruthenium-arene complexes bearing ... This allows for ruthenium complexes to be administered as much less active, non-toxic Ru(III) compounds (as a prodrug), which ... In theory it is also possible for the ruthenium compounds to be oxidized back to its inactive form if it leaves the cancerous ... RAPTA compounds are ruthenium-arene complexes bearing the 1,3,5-triaza-7-phosphatricyclo-[3.3.1.1]decane ligand. The complex ...
*  NAMI-A
"Influence of chemical stability on the activity of the antimetastasis ruthenium compound NAMI-A" (PDF). ac.els-cdn.com. ... Gopal, Y.; Jayaraju, D.; Kondapi, A. (1999). "Inhibition of Topoisomerase II Catalytic Activity by Two Ruthenium Compounds: A ... "Phase I/II study with ruthenium compound NAMI-A and gemcitabine in patients with non-small cell lung cancer after first line ... "Thirty Years of the Drug Candidate NAMI-A and the Myths in the Field of Ruthenium Anticancer Compounds: A Personal Perspective ...
*  Molecular encapsulation
The ruthenium compound decomposes in water within minutes but encapsulated it survives in water for weeks. Large metalla- ... Compounds normally highly unstable in solution, such as arynes or cycloheptatetraene, have been successfully isolated at room ... In another example [2] the cage consists of a gallium tetrahedral cluster compound stabilized by 6 bidentate catechol amide ... The guest is a 16 electron and thus very reactive ruthenium metallocene (an organometallic catalyst) with a cyclopentadienyl ...
*  Karl Ernst Claus
Once he severely burned his mouth while tasting one of the new ruthenium compounds that he had synthesized. When he isolated ... In particular, he often tasted his chemicals and new compounds and tested the strength of the acids by dipping a finger in them ... He was primarily known as a chemist and discoverer of the chemical element ruthenium, but also as one of the first scientists ... In 1844, he discovered a new chemical element, which he named ruthenium after Ruthenia, the Latin name of Rus'. Claus managed ...
*  Tetrapropylammonium perruthenate
Sometimes known as the Ley-Griffith reagent, this ruthenium compound is used as a reagent in organic synthesis. This salt ... Ruthenium tetroxide is a highly aggressive oxidant, but its one-electron reduced derivative is a mild oxidizing agent for the ... Tetrapropylammonium perruthenate (TPAP or TPAPR) is the chemical compound described by the formula N(C3H7)4RuO4. ...
*  Ruthenium tetroxide
... (Ruthenium(VIII) oxide) is the inorganic compound with the formula RuO4. It is a colourless, diamagnetic ... The main value of RuO4 is as an intermediate in the production of ruthenium compounds and metal from ores. Like other platinum ... Ruthenium tetroxide is a potential staining agent. It is used to expose latent fingerprints by turning to the brown/black ... Ruthenium is separated from OsO4 by reducing RuO4 with hydrochloric acid, a process that exploits the highly positive reduction ...
*  Tris(bipyridine)ruthenium(II) chloride
... is the coordination compound with the formula [Ru(bpy)3]Cl2. This red crystalline salt ... "Photochemistry and photophysics of coordination compounds: ruthenium". Top. Curr. Chem. Topics in Current Chemistry. 280: 117- ... Broomhead J. A.; Young C. G. (1990). "Tris(2,2'-bipyridine)Ruthenium(II) Dichloride Hexahydrate". Inorganic Syntheses. 28: 338- ... Kalyanasundaram, K. (1982). "Photophysics, photochemistry and solar energy conversion with tris(bipyridyl)ruthenium(II) and its ...
*  Ruthenium(III) chloride
... is the chemical compound with the formula RuCl3. "Ruthenium(III) chloride" more commonly refers to the ... As the most commonly available ruthenium compound, RuCl3·xH2O is the precursor to many hundreds of chemical compounds. The ... 1981). "A greatly improved procedure for ruthenium tetroxide catalyzed oxidations of organic compounds". J. Org. Chem. 46 (19 ... Anhydrous ruthenium(III) chloride is usually prepared by heating powdered ruthenium metal with chlorine. In the original ...
*  Ruthenium boride
... s are compounds of ruthenium and boron. Their most remarkable property is potentially high hardness. Vickers ... Ruthenium diboride was first thought to have a hexagonal structure, as in rhenium diboride, but it was later tentatively ... "Deposition and characterization of superhard biphasic ruthenium boride films" Acta Materialia 57 (2009) 673 Chung, Hsiu-Ying; ...
*  KP1019
2005) Intrinsic and acquired forms of resistance against the anticancer ruthenium compound KP1019 [indazolium trans-[ ... and it is believed that Tf transport is the reason ruthenium compounds accumulate in tumors. CD and ESI-MS studies have shown ... "Transferrin binding and transferrin-mediated cellular uptake of the ruthenium coordination compound KP1019, studied by means of ... While Pt-based compounds also target purines, KP1019's DNA lesions may differ in quantity and strength. In tumor cells, the ...
*  Ruthenium(IV) oxide
... is the inorganic compound with the formula RuO2. This black solid is the most common oxide of ruthenium. It ... from volatile ruthenium compounds. RuO2 can also be prepared through electroplating from a solution of ruthenium trichloride. ... Ruthenium oxide has great capacity to store charge when used in aqueous solutions. Average capacities of ruthenium(IV) oxide ... Ruthenium oxide resistors can be used as sensitive thermometers in the temperature range .02 < T < 4 K. It can be also used as ...
*  Ruthenium(III) acetylacetonate
It is used as a precursor to other compounds of ruthenium. In 1914 tris(acetylacetonato)ruthenium (III) was first prepared by ... 3 H2O This compound has idealized D3 symmetry. Six oxygen atoms surround the central ruthenium atom in an octahedral ... Because Ru(acac)3 is low spin, there is one unpaired d electron, causing this compound to be paramagnetic. Ru(acac)3 has a ... Ruthenium(III) acetylacetonate is a coordination complex with the formula Ru(O2C5H7)3. O2C5H7 is the ligand called ...
*  PIM2 (gene)
Inhibitor acts as ATP mimetic in ATP binding pocket Staurosporine and Ruthenium Compound 12 General Structure of ... In a series of organoruthenium compounds based on a Staurosporine scaffold compound 12 gave almost complete inhibition at a ... PIM1-3 compound knockout mice that survived the perinatal period showed a large reduction in body size. This suggests that the ... Pagano N, Maksimoska J, Bregman H, Williams DS, Webster RD, Xue F, Meggers E (Apr 2007). "Ruthenium half-sandwich complexes as ...
*  Ruthenium
... ruthenium(II) chloride. Ruthenium forms a wide range compounds with carbon-ruthenium bonds. Grubbs' catalyst is used for alkene ... Among the binary compounds of ruthenium, these high oxidation states are known only in the oxides and fluorides. Ruthenium ... "Ruthenium: ruthenium(I) fluoride compound data". OpenMOPAC.net. Retrieved 2007-12-10. Lide, D. R., ed. (2005). "Magnetic ... The oxidation states of ruthenium range from 0 to +8, and −2. The properties of ruthenium and osmium compounds are often ...
*  B. M. Choudary
"Selective transfer hydrogenation ofcarbonyl compounds by ruthenium nanoclusters supported on alkali-exchanged zeolite beta". ...
*  Photochromism
Those based on sodium nitroprusside and the ruthenium sulfoxide compounds. The ruthenium sulfoxide complexes were created and ... Some other compounds can be changed in their luminescence behavior, magnetic interaction of metal sites, or stability of metal- ... The mode of action is an excited state isomerization of a sulfoxide ligand on a ruthenium polypyridine fragment from S to O or ... Photochromic compounds considered to be "thermally stable" include some diarylethenes, which do not back isomerize even after ...
*  Fission products (by element)
The ruthenium tetroxide is very similar to osmium tetroxide, the ruthenium compound is a stronger oxidant which enables it to ... Plenty of both stable ruthenium and radioactive ruthenium-103 is formed by the fission process. The ruthenium in PUREX ... hence it can take a long time for a ruthenium or rhodium compound to react. It has been suggested that the ruthenium and ... Some of the particles which were emitted by the fire were very rich in ruthenium. In addition the ruthenium in PUREX raffinate ...
*  Lithium ruthenate
... , Li2RuO3, is a chemical compound of lithium, ruthenium and oxygen. It has a layered honeycomb crystal ...
*  Ruthenium pentafluoride
... is the inorganic compound with the empirical formula RuF5. This green volatile solid has rarely been ... studied but is of interest as a binary fluoride of ruthenium, i.e. a compound containing only Ru and F. It is sensitive toward ... J. H. Holloway, R. D. Peacock, R. W. H. Small "The crystal structure of ruthenium pentafluoride" J. Chem. Soc., 1964, 644-648. ...
*  Tetrasodium tris(bathophenanthroline disulfonate)ruthenium(II)
This compound is an extension of the well known phenanthroline series of coordination compounds. Ruthenium(II) tris( ... Tetrasodium tris(bathophenanthroline disulfonate)ruthenium(II) (Na4Ru(bps)3) is a coordination compound containing a ruthenium ... Originally, the ruthenium transition metal complex, ruthenium(II) tris(4,7-diphenyl-1,10-phenanthroline disulfonate) also ... Rabilloud, T.; Strub, J. M.; Luche, S.; Dorsselaer, A.; Lunardi, J. L. (2001). "A comparison between Sypro Ruby and ruthenium ...
*  Ruthenium pentacarbonyl
... is the organoruthenium compound with the formula Ru(CO)5. It is a colorless, light-sensitive liquid ... Ru(CO)5 was originally prepared by carbonylation of ruthenium salts in the presence of a reducing agent. A more recent ... "Platinum-ruthenium carbonyl cluster complexes" Inorganic Syntheses 1998, volume 32, pp. 280-284. doi:10.1002/9780470132630.ch44 ...
*  Triazine
... -based ligands have been used to bind three dinuclear arene ruthenium (or osmium) compounds to form metallaprisms. H. ... Triazine compounds are often used as the basis for various herbicides. Triazines also have wide use in the oil and gas and ... These compounds react through a chlorine group with hydroxyl groups present in cellulose fibres in nucleophilic substitution, ... The more common 1,3,5-isomers are prepared by trimerization of nitrile and cyanide compounds, although more specialized methods ...
*  Ruthenium hexafluoride
... , also ruthenium(VI) fluoride (RuF6), is a compound of ruthenium and fluorine and one of the seventeen ... Ruthenium hexafluoride is made by a direct reaction of ruthenium metal in a gas stream of fluorine and argon at 400-450 °C. The ... 63, Ruthenium, Supplement, pp. 266-268. Ruthenium hexafluoride at webelements.com.. ... Physical Constants of Inorganic Compounds, p. 4-85. T. Drews, J. Supeł, A. Hagenbach, K. Seppelt: "Solid State Molecular ...
*  Dichlorotetrakis(dimethylsulfoxide)ruthenium(II)
The ruthenium adopts a +2 oxidation state, and the compounds follows the 18 electron rule. The two isomers are cis,fac-RuCl2( ... Dichlorotetrakis(dimethyl sulfoxide) ruthenium(II) describes coordination compounds with the formula RuCl2(dmso)4, where DMSO ... Continued research has led to the development of several related dmso-containing ruthenium compounds, some of which have ... Nagy, E. M.; Pettenuzzo, A. (2012). "Ruthenium(II/III)-Based Compounds with Encouraging Antiproliferative Activity against Non- ...
*  Organoruthenium chemistry
In its organometallic compounds, ruthenium is known to adopt oxidation states from -2 ([Ru(CO)4]2−) to +6 ([RuN(Me)4]−). Most ... Organoruthenium chemistry is the chemistry of organometallic compounds containing a carbon to ruthenium chemical bond. The ... The most important reagents for the introduction of ruthenium are ruthenium(III) chloride and triruthenium dodecacarbonyl. ... chloro(cyclopentadienyl)bis(triphenylphosphine)ruthenium pentamethylcyclopentadienyl ruthenium dichloride dimer As with other ...
*  Hexafluorobenzene
The technical uses of the compound are limited, although it is recommended as a solvent in a number of photochemical reactions ... "The Doping Effect of Fluorinated Aromatic Solvent on the Rate of Ruthenium Catalysed Olefin Metathesis". Chem. Eur. J. 17: ... Hexafluorobenzene, HFB, C 6F 6, or perfluorobenzene is an organic, aromatic compound. In this derivative of benzene all ... Robson, P.; Stacey, M.; Stephens, R.; Tatlow, J. C. "Aromatic polyfluoro compounds. VI. Penta- and 2,3,5,6- ...