Mechanistic Bioinorganic Chemistry

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Overview


Provides an understanding of bioinorganic reactions from a mechanistic point of view. Illustrates how spectroscopy can be used to establish mechanisms and how model compounds provide mechanistic insight for enzymes. Demonstrates how to apply numerous physical methods to understanding mechanisms of redox catalysis by metal centers in enzymes. Highlights the interrelationships between the roles of metal ions in electron transfer, redox catalysis, structural roles, and hydrolytic chemistry. Provides mechanistic insights into water oxidation, nitrogen fixation, nucleic acid oxidation and hydrolysis, oxygen binding, catalase reactions, and electron transfer.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780841230620
  • Publisher: American Chemical Society
  • Publication date: 1/28/1995
  • Series: Advances in Chemistry Series, #246
  • Pages: 400
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Table of Contents

Understanding the Mechanisms in Bioinorganic Chemistry, H.H. Thorp
Insights into the Role of Nickel in Hydrogenase, M.J. Maroney, M.A.Pressler, S. A. Mirza, J.P. Whitehead, R. J. Gurbiel, and B. M. Hoffman
Modeling Phenoxyl Radical Metalloenzyme Active Sites, D.P. Goldberg and S.J. Lippard
Reactivity Models for Dinuclear Iron Metalloenzymes: Oxygen Atom Transfer Catalysis and Dioxygen Activation, A. Stassinopoulos, S. Mukerjee, and J.P. Caradonna
Electronic Structures of Active Sites in Copper Proteins and Their Contributions to Reactivity, E.I. Solomon, M.D. Lowery, D. E. Root, and B. L. Hemming
Biomimetic Copper-Dioxygen Chemistry: Reversible O[2-Binding and Mechanistic Insights into Cu(I)/O[2-Mediated Arene Hydroxylation and Amide Hydrolysis, N.N. Murthy and K.D. Karlin
Synthetic Modeling of the Interactions of Nitrogen Oxides with Copper Proteins: Copper Nitrosyl Complexes Relevant to Putative Denitrification Intermediates, W.B. Tolman
Structural Characterization of Manganese Redox Enzymes: Results from X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy, P.J. Riggs-Gelasco, R. Mei, and J. Penner-Hahn
Structure and Function of Manganese in Photosystem II, G.W. Brudvig
Reactivity and Mechanism of Manganese Enzymes: A Modeling Approach, V. L. Pecoraro, A. Gelasco, and M.J. Baldwin
Application of NMR Spectroscopy to Studies of Aqueous Coordination Chemistry of Vanadium(V) Complexes, D.C. Crans, P.K. Shin, and K.B. Armstrong
Modeling Vanadium Bromoperoxidase: Oxidation of Halides by Peroxovanadium(V) Complexes, A. Butler and M.J. Clague
Magnetic Circular Dichroism Spectroscopy as a Probe of the Active Site Structures of Iron Chlorin- and Formylporphyrin-Containing Green Heme Proteins, J.H. Dawson, A.M. Bracete, A.M. Huff, S. Kadkhodayan, C.K. Chang, and M. Sono
Mechanistic Aspects of the Chemistry of Iron N-Alkyl Porphyrins, C.R. Cornman and E.P. Zovinka
Mechanisms of DNA Cleavage by High-Valent Metal Complexes, G.A. Neyhart, W.A. Kalsbeck, T.W. Welch, N. Grover, and H.H. Thorp
Metal Ion Macrocyclic Complexes as Artificial Ribonucleases, J.R. Morrow, K.A. Kolasa, S. Amin, and K.O. Aileen Chin
Metallointercalators as Probes of the DNA *p-way, M.R. Arkin, Y. Jenkins, C.J. Murphy, N.J. Turro, and J.K. Barton
Donor-Acceptor Electronic Coupling in Rutheniuim-Modified Heme Proteins, D.R. Casimiro, D.N. Beratan, J. N. Onuchic, J.R. Winkler, and H.B. Gray

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