A Review On The Metal Complex Of Nickel (Ii) Salicylhydroxamic Acid And Its Aniline Adduct

  title={A Review On The Metal Complex Of Nickel (Ii) Salicylhydroxamic Acid And Its Aniline Adduct},
  author={Aderonke Av and Dede Ah and Oluwatobi Ai and Stephen Ne},
  journal={Journal of Translational Science and Research},
Metal complexes are fundamentally known to be engendered in biological systems from reaction between a ligand and a metal ion in dynamic equilibrium. This review aims at examining the metal complexes of Nickel (II) salicylhydroxamic acid and its aniline adduct. It is imperative to reiterate that Nickel which is a chemical element with the symbol Ni, and atomic number 28, silvery-white lustrous metal with a slight golden tinge, is the only material magnetic in nature, and as such its combination… 

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