Advances in Inorganic Chemistry, Vol. 55 by Rudi van Eldik

By Rudi van Eldik

Advances in Inorganic Chemistry offers well timed and informative summaries of the present development in a number of topic parts inside of inorganic chemistry starting from bio-inorganic to strong kingdom reviews. Thisacclaimed serial gains stories written through specialists within the sector and is an critical connection with complex researchers. every one quantity of Advances in Inorganic Chemistry comprises an index, and every bankruptcy is absolutely referenced. . accomplished stories written via top specialists within the box . An crucial connection with complicated researchers . comprises 7 contributions protecting very important advances in inorganic chemistry

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BAKAC Further work with metal-activated dioxygen is bound to lead to new surprises and new exciting discoveries. V. Abbreviations ABTS2À AcrH2 bde bpy Bu CE DMSO Et Hb kf kie kr LM L1 L2 Mb Me Ph py salen TMPS TMPyP 2,20 -azinobis(3 -ethylbenzothiazoline- 6 -sulfonate) ion 10 -methyl-9,10 -dihydroacridine bond dissociation energy 2,20 -bipyridine butyl ¼ C4H9 catalytic e⁄ciency ¼ moles of product/moles of catalyst dimethylsulfoxide ethyl hemoglobin forward rate constant kinetic isotope e¡ect reverse rate constant metal complex (L ¼ ligand, M ¼ metal) 1,4,8,11-tetraazacyclotetradecane meso-Me6 -1,4,8,11-tetraazacyclotetradecane myoglobin methyl ¼ CH3 phenyl pyridine N,N0-ethylenebis(salicylideneiminato) ion meso-tetra(2,4,6 -trimethyl-3,5 -disulfonato)porphin 5,10,15,20 -tetrakis(N-methyl- 40 -pyridyl)porphyrin ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The work from our group was supported by the U.

4. NO2/CrOO2 þ Reaction Nitrogen dioxide’s claim to fame comes from two major sources, environmental pollution (214) and the possibility that NO2 is responsible for some of the biological damage attributed to peroxynitrite (215,216) from which it is formally derived by O^O bond homolysis. Despite its signi¢cance, NO2 has not received nearly as much attention as NO in kinetic and mechanistic studies in solution (217). The reason probably lies in the short lifetime of NO2, which rapidly disproportionates to nitrite and nitrate, see Scheme 12, Eqs.

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