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Chemistry - Inorganic Chemistry | Nitrosyl Complexes in Inorganic Chemistry, Biochemistry and Medicine II

Nitrosyl Complexes in Inorganic Chemistry, Biochemistry and Medicine II

Series: Structure and Bonding, Vol. 154

Mingos, D. Michael P. (Ed.)

2014, IX, 260 p. 199 illus., 59 illus. in color.

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D. Michael P. Mingos
Ambivalent Lewis acid/bases with Symmetry Signatures and Isolobal Analogies

Lauren R. Holloway, Lijuan Li
The Preparation, Structural Characteristics, and Physical Chemical Properties of Metal-Nitrosyl Complexes

Peter C. Ford, Jose Clayston Melo Pereira and Katrina M. Miranda
Mechanisms of Nitric Oxide Reactions Mediated by Biologically Relevant Metal Centers

Debra J. Salmon, William B. Tolman
Synthetic Models of Copper-Nitrosyl Species Proposed as Intermediates in Biological Denitrification

Nicolai Lehnert, W. Robert Scheidt, Matthew W. Wolf
Structure and Bonding in Heme–Nitrosyl Complexes and Implications for Biology

Phoebe K. Allan, Russell E. Morris
Medical Applications of Solid Nitrosyl Complexes

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Ambiphilic Lewis Acids/Bases - Ambivalent Lewis Acids/Bases - Biological Denitrification - Copper Nitrosyl Species - Heme-Nitrosyl Complexes - Isolobal Analogies for NO - Nitrosyl Complexes - Nitrosyl Complexes Reactivity - Photochemistry

Related subjects » Biochemistry & Biophysics - Biomedical Sciences - Inorganic Chemistry

Table of contents 

Ambivalent and ambiphilic Lewis acids/bases and isolobal analogies for NO.- Synthesis of nitrosyl complexes.- Photochemistry and reactivities of nitrosyl complexes.- Copper-Nitrosyl Species as Intermediates in Biological Denitrification: Biochemistry and Synthetic Models.- Structure and Bonding in Heme-Nitrosyl Complexes and Implications for Biology.- Medical Applications of Nitrosyl Complexes.

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