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ammine

[ am-een, uh-meen ]
/ ˈæm in, əˈmin /
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noun Chemistry.
a compound containing one or more ammonia molecules in coordinate linkage.
any coordination compound containing one or more ammonia molecules bonded to a metal ion.
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Origin of ammine

First recorded in 1895–1900; amm(onia) + -ine2
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British Dictionary definitions for ammine

ammine
/ (ˈæmiːn, əˈmiːn) /

noun
a compound that has molecules containing one or more ammonia molecules bound to another molecule, group, or atom by coordinate bondsAlso called: ammoniate, ammonate

Word Origin for ammine

C19: from amm (onia) + -ine ²
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