2nd ed., rev. and expanded. - New York : Marcel Dekker, Inc., c1999.
xv, 606 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction to bioinorganic chemistry-- introduction to homogeneous catalysis-- relationships between enzymatic and heterogeneous catalysis-- Lewis acid properties of zinc and its development to phosphotriester detoxifying agents-- vanadiumhaloperoxidases-- molybdenum and tungsten enzymes-- catalysis by nitrogenases and synthetic analogues-- biological iron-sulfur clusters with catalytic activity-- catalysis by nickel in biological systems-- oxygen activation at Nonheme iron centres-- dioxygenactivation at Heme centres in enzymes and synthetic analogues-- biological and biomimetric catalysis of manganese redox enzymes and their inorganic models-- the two B12 cofactors - influence of the trans nitrogen ligand on homolytic and heterolyticprocesses-- formation, structure, and reactivity of copper dioxygen complexes-- multielectron transfer and catalytic mechanisms in oxidative polymerization-- metalloenzymes with a quinone cofactor-- future developments.
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Provides the latest research results and suggests new topics for interdisciplinary study of metal ions, catalysis, and biochemical systems. Second Edition highlights potential applications; includes new chapters on zinc and FeS clusters; presents new X-ray analysis of metalloenzymes; and more. (source: Nielsen Book Data)