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18Feb 1366

Tetramer-dimer equilibrium of oxyhemoglobin mutants ...

The 16-fold difference in dimer and tetramer auto-oxidation rates (in 20 mM phosphate buffer at pH 7.0, 37 degrees C) was exploited to determine the fraction dimer. The results show a transition of the auto-oxidation rate from low to high protein concentrations, allowing the determination of the tetramer-dimer dissociation coefficient K4,2 ...

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11Feb 747

Theoretical Calculation of Reduction Potentials

2014-8-13 · The adiabatic ionization energy, usually called the ionization potential (IP), is the energy required to form a molecular or atomic cation in its ground state via the loss of an electron from the ground state of the neutral system in the gas …

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13Feb 769

Unit 5: Radicals and Radical Reactions

2009-3-23 · In fact, the actual dimer present turns out to be one in which the aromaticity of one of the benzene rings is disrupted, so that the dimer is destabilized not so much by steric effects, but by the loss of aromaticity. This dimer is formed by the coupling of one trityl radical form its benzylic carbon to the para position of the other trityl ...

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9Feb 1708

Redox potential of the Rieske iron–sulfur protein: …

2010-3-1 · The active site of the Rieske protein presents an iron–sulfur cluster [2Fe2S] with one Fe atom liganded by two His, and the other by two Cys. The presence of His ligands distinguishes the Rieske protein from other ISP''s. The formal oxidation state of iron atoms in reduced state is Fe II Fe III, in oxidized state—Fe III Fe III.

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30Feb 978

A brief introduction to transition metals in unusual ...

Additionally, the EA and the IP were calculated for each candidate precursor (Table 1) and provide insight into molecule stability. While the +4 oxidation state is by far the most commonly ...

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23Feb 1762

Spectroelectrochemistry of a urea-linked oxo-bridged iron ...

1986-11-1 · Oxidation of this species also produc- ed the,-oxo and urea-linked dimer in quantitative yield. These results are in contrast to the redox behavior of [(TPP)Fe]20 in these solvents. Electron transfer pathways, consistent with voltammetric and spectroelectrochemical results, are proposed for [(FF)Fe]20 and compared with those found for [(TPP)Fe]20.

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24Feb 632

(PDF) Initial iron oxidation in horse spleen apoferritin ...

Initial iron oxidation in horse spleen apoferritin. ... on the interior of the protein in the vicinity of the 2-fold axis of the subunit dimer. The mixed-valence complex could be generated by the ...

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30Feb 677

EP0173133A2

There is provided a process for the partial oxidation of solid ferrous chloride in the presence of carbon with molecular oxygen in counter-current flow at 350°C. to 675°C., to produce ferric oxide and ferric chloride vapor without producing elemental chlorine.

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23Feb 624

Balancing Redox Reactions

2021-4-7 · This is the reduction half because the oxidation state changes from +7 on the left side to +2 on the right side. This indicates a reduction in electrons. Step 2: In order to balance this half reaction we must start by balancing all atoms other than any Hydrogen or Oxygen atoms. Oxidation: [ce{2I^{-} -> I2} nonumber]

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21Feb 1969

Hemoglobin Transports Oxygen Efficiently by Binding …

The iron atom lies in the center of the protoporphyrin, bonded to the four pyrrole nitrogen atoms. Under normal conditions, the iron is in the ferrous (Fe 2+) oxidation state. The iron ion can form two additional bonds, one on each side of the heme plane. These binding sites are called the fifth and sixth coordination sites.

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12Feb 1094

Oxidation and Reduction of Bis(imino)pyridine Iron ...

However, a combination of spectroscopic measurements that more directly probe the iron oxidation state (e.g., XPS), density functional theory …

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4Feb 901

Geometry of the soluble methane monooxygenase …

1995-6-1 · Background: The hydroxylase component of soluble methane monooxygenase (sMMO) contains a dinuclear iron center responsible for the oxidation of methane to methanol. As isolated, the center is in the oxidized, diiron(III) state. The 2.2 Å resolution X-ray structure of the oxidized hydroxylase, H ox, from Methylococcus capsulatus (Bath) was previously determined …

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20Feb 1431

DNA binding and dimerization of the Fe-S-containing FNR ...

Iron and sulfide analyses of this FNR fraction indicated the presence of an Fe-S cluster. To determine the type of Fe-S cluster present, an oxygen-stable mutant protein LH28-DA154 was also analyzed since FNR LH28-DA154 purified anoxically contained almost 3-fold more iron and sulfide than the wild-type protein.

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29Feb 991

Electron Counting 2000

2006-12-31 · negative charge and subtract one from the number of Xs to get the oxidation state. Example: Fe CO CO = Fe(L2 X)(L)2-= FeL 4 X-= 8+4x2+1x1+1 = 18 VE, OS = 0, CN = 5 L L (L2X)-Hence, Oxidation state = (number of X ligands) + (charge on complex) Bridging Ligands Halides often bridge between two metal centres using a lone pair, i.e. M Cl M

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30Feb 1778

Write a balanced equation for the oxidation of Iron from ...

Firstly, we need to write a balanced equation for the oxidation of Fe 2+ to Fe 3+.We know that when something is oxidised, it is losing electrons, making the half equation: Fe 2+ ---> Fe 3+ + e - (we can check this by ensuring the charges on each side of the equation are equal). If iron is being oxidised, the manganate ion must be being reduced and so we write a half equation for …

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13Feb 503

LEC2: The Transition Metals Postlecture

2020-4-9 · • High oxidation state→ increased χχχχ →increased Δ → high-spin configuration The 18-valence electron rule "thermodynamically stable transition-metal complexes are …

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12Feb 1523

Hemoglobin Variants: Biochemical Properties and Clinical ...

Iron must be in its reduced (ferrous, Fe 2+) state for Hb to bind O 2. Oxidized or "met" Hb (ferric, Fe 3+) cannot bind O 2 and is relatively unstable, tending to lose hemin and denature. Thus, red blood cells have evolved elaborate mechanisms to maintain Hb in its reduced state (Bunn and Forget 1986; Ganz and Nemeth 2012; Schechter 2012 ...

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8Feb 1455

IIT Kanpur

2021-3-10 · A Highly Oxidized Cobalt Porphyrin Dimer: Spin Coupling and Stabilization of the Four-Electron Oxidation Product S. Dey, D. Sil and S. P. Rath* Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2016, 55, 996-1000 3. Hydrogen Bonding Interactions Trigger a Spin-Flip in Iron…

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10Feb 809

Tetramer‐dimer equilibrium of oxyhemoglobin mutants ...

1998-3-1 · One of the main difficulties with blood substitutes based on hemoglobin (Hb) solutions is the auto‐oxidation of the hemes, a problem aggravated by the dimerization of Hb tetramers. We have employed a method to study the oxyHb tetramer‐dimer equilibrium based on the rate of auto‐oxidation as a function of protein concentration. The 16‐fold difference in dimer and …

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20Feb 610

24.3: The 18-electron Rule

2021-2-3 · Problems. State the oxidation state of the metal and the total valence electron count of the following species. 1. V(C 2 O 4) 3 3−. Ans: +3 and 14 2. Mn(acac) 3 Ans: +3 and 16 3. W(CN) 8 3− Ans: +5 and 17 4. CpMn(CO) 3 Ans: 0 and 18 5. Fe 2 (CO) 9 Ans: 0 and 18 Self Assessment test. State the oxidation state …

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23Feb 525

Phthalocyanine metal complexes: Versatile catalysts for ...

2011-1-10 · Iron mononuclear complexes can initiate the formation of free radicals via homolytic cleavage of O–O peroxide bond resulting in free radical oxidation. Otherwise, high-valent iron oxo species, e.g. LFe IV O and L + Fe IV O (L—ligand) are formed via heterolytic cleavage of O–O bond. In the latter case, these intermediates are oxidizing ...

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11Feb 1485

The mechanism of formation, structure and physiological ...

2017-2-1 · The higher the oxidation state of hemoglobin (from Fe(III) to Fe(V)) the more binding was observed, with approximately 50% of this binding requiring reactive sulphydryl groups. The hemoglobin bound was in a high molecular weight complex containing spectrin, ankyrin and band 4.2, which are common to one of the cytoskeletal nodes.

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5Feb 813

Probing the oxidation state of transition metal complexes ...

Fe II systems that can exist in different spin states exhibit a distinct shift to lower energy for the high-spin compared to the low-spin state. 49 For low-spin iron systems like the hexacyanides, it has been shown that changes in oxidation state …

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18Feb 845

Research on NO and SO2 removal using TiO2-supported …

2020-3-17 · Based on the XRD results, iron was primarily in oxidation state over the TiO 2 surface. Hence, the Fe 2 O/TiO 2 (0 0 1) surface was regarded as the closest surface to the actual reduced catalyst. To verify the oxidation mechanism of NO and NO 2, co-adsorption of H 2 O 2 and NO/NO 2 on Fe 2 O/TiO 2 (0 0 1) surface was investigated.

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15Feb 1062

Structure of coenzyme F420H2 oxidase (FprA), a di-iron ...

As found in structurally related A-type flavoproteins, the active site is formed at the dimer interface, where the di-iron center of one monomer is juxtaposed to FMN of the other. In the active reduced state [Fe(II)Fe(II)FMNH(2)], the two irons are surrounded by four histidines, one aspartate, one glutamate and one bridging aspartate.

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1Feb 707

Oligomerization of Glycine and Alanine Catalyzed by Iron ...

2012-2-29 · The X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) measurements performed show proportions of iron present in different oxidation states, however, the electronic similarities observed in the mixtures of ...

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8Feb 1415

Water oxidation in photosystem II | SpringerLink

2019-6-11 · Biological water oxidation, performed by a single enzyme, photosystem II, is a central research topic not only in understanding the photosynthetic apparatus but also for the development of water splitting catalysts for technological applications. Great progress has been made in this endeavor following the report of a high-resolution X-ray crystallographic structure …

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