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Pure Appl. Chem.
76(6), 1293, 2004
Pure and Applied
Vol. 76, Issue 6
Understanding the reaction that powers this world: Biomimetic studies
of respiratory O2 reduction by cytochrome oxidase. Pure
Appl.Chem. 76, 303319
As was drawn to my attention by Prof.Y. Naruta (Institute for Fundamental
Research of Organic Chemistry, Kyushu University, Japan; <firstname.lastname@example.org>),
the chemical structure in original Fig. 5 erroneously omitted 3-methyl
groups from the distal pyridines and showed an ether rather than the
correct amide linker between the porphin and the distal superstructure.
In addition, the caption did not make it sufficiently clear that the
O2 adduct is a monocation,whose counterion, BF4,
was omitted for clarity.The corrected version of Fig. 5 with the caption
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