Inorganic Biochemistry: An Introduction

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John Wiley & Sons, Mar 21, 1997 - Science - 456 pages
The text will provide a set of problems covering mechanistic, structural and spectroscopic issues in inorganic chemistry. Specific areas to be covered include coordination chemistry, physiochemical aspects of solution chemistry, inorganic chemistry of biological systems (both natural biomolecules and bioinorganic models). Illustrative worked examples will be included. The problems will be categorized by topic chapters for ease of reference and use in courses. They will provide a valuable resource for instructors, providing a means of testing and developing the many principles covered in texts and advanced courses. Often students find it difficult to find practical problems to test the principles they have learned in class. This text will provide a series of questions to test understanding and worked examples as a pedagogical aid.
 

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Contents

Fundamentals of Inorganic Biochemistry
1
Part B Fundamentals of Reaction Kinetics
24
Fundamentals of Biochemistry
36
Experimental Methods
65
Transport and Storage
133
Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metals
257
Metals in the Regulation of Biochemical
291
Notes
314
Metal Complexes as Probes of Structure
357
Case Studies
389
Appendices
419
Index
431
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J. A. Cowan is the author of Inorganic Biochemistry: An Introduction, 2nd Edition, published by Wiley.

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