Progress in Inorganic Chemistry, Volume 55
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PROGRESS in Inorganic Chemistry
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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 54
* Atomlike Building Units of Adjustable Character: Solid-State and Solution Routes to Manipulating Hexanuclear Transition Metal Chalcohalide Clusters (Eric J. Welch and Jeffrey R. Long)
* Doped Semiconductor Nanocrystals: Synthesis, Characterization, Physical Properties, and Applications (J. Daniel Bryan and Daniel R. Gamelin)
* Stereochemical Aspects of Metal Xanthane Complexes: Molecular Structures and Supramolecular Self-Assembly (Edward R. T. Tiekink and Ionel Haiduc)
* Trivalent Uranium: A Versatile Species for Molecular Activation (Ilia Korobkov and Sandro Gambarotta)
* Comparison of the Chemical Biology of NO and HNO: An Inorganic Perspective (Katrina M. Miranda and David A. Wink)
* Alterations of Nucleobase pKa Values upon Metal Coordination: Origins and Consequences (Bernhard Lippert)
* Functionalization of Myoglobin (Yoshihito Watanabe and Takashi Hayashi)
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Chapter 2 Doped Semiconductor Nanocrystals Synthesis Characterization Physical Properties and Applications
Chapter 3 Stereochemical Aspects of Metal Xanthate Complexes Molecular Structures and Supramolecular SelfAssembly
Chapter 4 Trivalent Uranium A Versatile Species for Molecular Activation
Chapter 5 Comparison of the Chemical Biology of NO and HNO An Inorganic Perspective
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acid Acta Crystallogr adducts adenine analogue Angeli’s salt anion asymmetric axis B. F. Hoskins base base pairing Biol bond distances cation CdSe centrosymmetric chain chelating Chem chemistry Chim cluster cores Co2+ colloidal complex compound coordination geometry crystal structure crystallographic cytosine deﬁned deprotonated dimensional reduction dimeric distorted donor dopant E. R. T. Tiekink effects electron EXAFS example exocyclic exocyclic amino group ﬁeld Figure ﬁrst formation guanine heme histidine hydrogen bonding inﬂuence Inorg intermolecular lattice Lippert luminescence magnetic metal binding metal ions methyl Mn2+ modiﬁcation molecular structure molecules monodentate motif myoglobin nanocrystals nucleation nucleobase observed octahedral oxidation pair Phys pK,l pKa values protein proton Pt(II reaction redox respectively ring Scheme secondary bond interactions semiconductor shown in Fig signiﬁcant solvate solvent species spectra spectroscopy stability substitution sulfur sulfur atoms supramolecular association surface symmetry t-Bu tautomer trans trivalent xanthate ligands Xanthate Structures