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Pure Appl. Chem. Vol. 70, No. 4, pp. 755-1018 (1998)


Pure and Applied Chemistry

Vol. 70, Issue 4

Coordination Chemistry

Bioinorganic Chemistry

IUPAC Recommendations and Technical Reports

Lectures from the 32nd International Conference on Coordination Chemistry, Santiago, Chile, 24-29 August 1997

Preface, G. Cardenas

Surface electrochemistry of inorganic complexes
A.B.P. Lever
p. 755 [full text - pdf 676KB]

Main group elements in unusual coordination environments
A.H. Cowley
p. 765 [full text - pdf 234KB]

An overview on the solution thermodynamics of lower rim functionalised calixarene derivatives and metal cations. New derivatives containing amino and thioalkyl functional groups
A.F.D. Namor, R.G. Hutcherson, F.J.S.Velarde, M.L.Zapata-Ormachea, L.E.P.Salazar, I.Jammaz and N.Rawi
p. 769 [full text - pdf 669KB]

Metal basicity and cooperative effects in the reactions of dinuclear pyrazolato rhodium complexes
L.A. Oror, M.A.Ciriano and C. Tejel
p. 779 [full text - pdf 762KB]

Fullerenes coordinated to transition metals: Synthetic and stereochemical study
V.I. Sokolov
p. 789 [full text - pdf 575KB]

Electronic structure contributions to function in bioorganic chemistry: The blue copper active site
E.I. Solomon, L.B. LaCroix and D. W. Randall
p. 799 [full text - pdf 933KB]

Redox-active organotransition-metal dendrimers: The dendritic effect in supramolecular recognition
C. Valério, E. Alonso, J.Ruiz, J.-L. Fillaut, J. Guittard, J.-C. Blais and D. Astruc
p. 809 [full text - pdf 475KB]

Coordination compounds with 3-, 4-, and 6-membered heterocycles containing phosphorus
E. Fluck, G. Heckmann and E. Gorbunowa-Jonas
p. 819 [full text - pdf 404KB]

Probing photochemical reactions with assistance of magnetic fields
G. Ferraudi
p. 827 [full text - pdf 840KB]

Tetrahedral, oxtahedral, cubal and centered cubal dithiolate clusters and cages of Cu(i) and Ag(i)
J.P.Jr, R.J. Staples, C.W. Liu, R.T. Stubbs, C. Lopez and J.T. Pitts
p. 839 [full text - pdf 747KB]

The effects of N7-coordinated cis-diammine-platinum(ii) on the acid-base properties of guanine derivatives
H. Sigel and B. Lippert
p. 845 [full text - pdf 814KB]


Plenary and invited lectures from the 8th International Conference on Bioinorganic Chemistry, Yokohama, Japan, 27 July-1August 1997

Copperdioxygen complexes: Functional models for proteins
K.D.Karlin, D.-H.Lee, H.V.Obias and K. J. Humphreys
p. 855 [full text - pdf 708KB]

Metal complexes in medicine: Design and mechanism of action
P. J. Sadler and Z. Guo
p. 863 [full text - pdf 675KB]

DNA-mediated electron transfer: Chemistry at a distance
J.K. Barton
p. 873 [full text - pdf 605KB]

Time-resolved resonance Raman study of dioxygen reduction by cytochrome
T. Kitagawa and T. Ogura
p. 881 [full text - pdf 706KB]

Transition metal sulfur chemistry and its relevance to molybdenum and tungsten enzymes
E.I. Stiefel
p. 889 [full text - pdf 581KB]

Mechanistic studies on the single copper tyrosyl-radical containing enzyme galactose oxidase
C.D. Borman, C.G.Saysell, C.Wright and A. G. Sykes
p. 897 [full text - pdf 348KB]

Radical copper oxidases, one electron at a time
J.W.Whittaker and M. M. Whittaker
p. 903 [full text - pdf 657KB]

Structureactivity relation of horseradish peroxidases as studied with mutations at heme distal and proximal sites
M.Tanaka, A.Morimoto, K.Ishimori and I. Morishima
p. 911 [full text - pdf 437KB]

Iron porphyrins reinvistigated by new method: Mössbauer spectroscopy using synchrotron radiation
A.X. Trautwein, H. Winkler, S. Schwendy, H. Grünsteudel, W. Meyer-Klaucke, O. Leupold, H.D. Rüter, E. Gerdau, M. Haas, E. Realo, D. Mandon and R. Weiss
p. 917 [full text - pdf 554KB]

A proposal for water oxidation in photosystem II
V.L. Pecoraro, M.J. Baldwin, M.T. Caudle, W.-Y. Hsieh and N. A. Law
p. 925 [full text - pdf 410KB]

[1:3] Site-differentiated and sulfide-bridged cubane clusters in chemistry and biology
R.H. Holm
p. 931 [full text - pdf 653KB]

Novel roles for Fe-S clusters in stabilizing or generating radical intermediates
M.K. Johnson, C.R. Staples, E.C. Duin, M.E. Lafferty and R.E. Duderstadt
p. 939 [full text - pdf 681KB]

The high valent nonheme Fe2O2 diamond core: Comparisons with the heme ferryl
L.Que Jr
p. 947 [full text - pdf 488KB]

Reactivity of diiron(II) complexes with molecular oxygen
M. Suzuki
p. 955 [full text - pdf 514KB]

Complexes of lopsided N-donor heterocyclic bioligands: Has the electrostatic effect of the N2CH proton been overlooked in metallobiochemistry?
L.G.Marzilli, P.A.Marzilli and E. Alessio
p. 961 [full text - pdf 718KB]

Metal ion-assisted stacking interactions and the facilitated hydrolysis of nucleoside 5 ¢ -triphosphates
p. 969 [full text - pdf 707KB]

Creating regular arrangements of nucleobases through metal ion coordination and H bond formation
B. Lippert, P. Amo-Ochoa, W. Brüning, E. Freisinger, M.-S. Lüth, S. Meier, C. Meiser, S. Metzger, H. Rauter, A. Schreiber, R.K.O. Sigel and H. Witkowski
p. 977 [full text - pdf 420KB]

Stereo- and site selection by enantiomers in electron-transfer reactions involving native and recombinant metalloproteins
K. Bernauer, P. Schürmann, C. Nusbaumer, L. Verardo and S. Ghizdavu
p. 985 [full text - pdf 502KB]


IUPAC Recommendations on Nomenclature and Symbols and Technical Reports from Commissions

Guidelines for calibration in analytical chemistry. Part I. Fundamentals and single component calibration (IUPAC Recommendations 1998), Commission on General Aspects of Analytical Chemistry (K. Danzer and L. A. Currie)
p. 993 [full text - pdf 1.1MB]

Guidelines for presentation of methodological choices in the publication of computational results. A. Ab initio electronic structure calculations (IUPAC Recommendations 1998), Commission on Molecular Structure and Spectroscopy (J. E. Boggs)
p. 1015 [full text - pdf 274KB]


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