By Rosette M. Roat-Malone
An up-to-date, functional consultant to bioinorganic chemistry. Bioinorganic Chemistry: a quick direction, moment variation presents the basics of inorganic chemistry and biochemistry suitable to knowing bioinorganic themes. instead of striving to supply a wide assessment of the entire, speedily increasing box, this source offers crucial historical past fabric, by way of unique info on chosen themes. The objective is to provide readers the historical past, instruments, and talents to analyze and learn bioinorganic themes of exact curiosity to them.
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6 The antitumor active platinum compound cis-dichlorodiammineplatinum (II). pyramidal, tetrahedral, or even trigonal bipyramidal forms. Less commonly, square-planar geometries are found for d8 transition metal ions, especially for gold(III), iridium(I), palladium(II), and platinum(II) and for nickel(II) species in strong ligand ﬁelds. 6, has a square-planar geometry all important for its utilization as an antitumor agent. 3 might be less common for metal ions in biological species, they do occur (also with distorted bond distances and angles) and will be described in discussions of the metal center in the speciﬁc protein or enzyme.
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Bioinorganic Chemistry: A Short Course by Rosette M. Roat-Malone