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Electron Transfer in Biology and the Solid State: Inorganic Compounds With Unusual Properties {Volume 226 of the Advances in Chemistry Series}

Johnson, Michael K, R. Bruce King, Donald M. Kurtz, Jr., Charles Kutal, Michael L. Norton, and Robert A. Scott {Editors}

ISBN 10: 0841216754 / ISBN 13: 9780841216754
Editorial: American Chemical Society, 1990
Usado Condición: Fine Encuadernación de tapa dura
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"Electron transfer has become a unifying concept for widely disparate groups of researchers. It serves as the bridge between scientists studying electron-transfer processes in solids and those studying the same processes between metal centers in proteins and other biologically significant molecules. This broad and fundamental subject matter is in a state of intellectual ferment, as electron transfer is investigated in such unusual materials as proteins and peptides. Semiconductor and tunneling models, which have often been used to explain conducting properties in solids, also apply to many aspects of long-range biological electron transfer." This book has 470 pages and is illustrated throughout. N° de ref. de la librería 054318

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Título: Electron Transfer in Biology and the Solid ...

Editorial: American Chemical Society

Año de publicación: 1990

Encuadernación: Hard Cover

Ilustrador: Developed from a Symposium Sponsored By the Division of Inorganic Chemistry at the Biennial Inorganic Chemistry Symposium of the American Chemical Society - Athens, Georgia - March 1-4, 1989

Condición del libro:Fine

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This new volume brings together in one volume the latest information by leading scientists who are studying mechanisms of electron transfer between metal centers in proteins and other biologically significant molecules with information from those who are studying analogous processes in solids. Semiconductor and tunneling models, which have a long history in the description of conducting properties of solids, are increasingly being used to explain many aspects of long-range biological electron transfer. With 13 chapters, this volume bridges the gap between two diverse scientific communities and provides fresh insight into electron transfer between metal centers.

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