By Craig A. Bayse, Julia L. Brumaghim
Biochalcogen Chemistry: The organic Chemistry of Sulfur, Selenium, and Tellurium highlights the organic makes use of of heavy chalcogens as a key sector of concentration in bioinorganic chemistry and a unifying topic for study in a large choice of disciplines. contemporary achievements in those multidisciplinary efforts are awarded that debate the sophisticated, but very important roles of biochalcogens in residing platforms as sulfur- and selenium-containing metabolic intermediates and items (Chapters 1 and 10) and of their oxidation whilst coordinated to metals (Chapters three and 4). Chemical and instrumental instruments for detecting sulfur and selenium species and their functionalities also are mentioned (Chapters 2 and 6), as are new instructions in biochalcogen functions to redox scavenging, either by way of synthesis (Chapters 7 and eight) and mechanistic modeling (Chapter 9). Tellurium, without normal organic functionality, is represented including sulfur and selenium as a phasing agent in nucleic acid crystallography and for different organic experiences (Chapter 5).
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