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Oxygen-atom transfer processes involving coordinated nitrite

David T Doughty

Oxygen-atom transfer processes involving coordinated nitrite

by David T Doughty

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nitrosyl compounds,
  • Tracers (Chemistry)

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    Statementby David T. Doughty
    The Physical Object
    Pagination84 leaves :
    Number of Pages84
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17844101M

    Here we report the structures of systems such as 1, 3 and 5 with a much higher degree of C-N bond formation formed by reaction between a dimethylamino group and an aldehyde or ketone promoted by protonation or acylation of the carbonyl oxygen atom. If you compound a problem you add something to it to make it worse, like say, putting water on a grease fire. Compound means to combine; a compound is a .

      Nitrate assimilation in autotrophs provides most of the reduced nitrogen on earth. In eukaryotes, reduction of nitrate to nitrite is catalyzed by the molybdenum-containing NAD(P)H:nitrate reductase (NR; EC [][1]-3). In addition to the molybdenum center, NR contains iron-heme and flavin adenine dinucleotide as redox cofactors involved in an internal Cited by: This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.

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Oxygen Atom Transfer from Nitrite Mediated by Fe(III) Porphyrins in Aqueous Solution Article in Journal of the American Chemical Society (42) October with 76 Reads. The first reaction step, generating the {FeNO}(7) intermediate, represents an oxygen atom transfer from the iron bound nitrite to a second nitrite molecule in the protein pocket.

Nitrogen compounds have a very long history, ammonium chloride having been known to were well known by the Middle Ages. Alchemists knew nitric acid as aqua fortis (strong water), as well as other nitrogen compounds such as ammonium salts and nitrate salts.

The mixture of nitric and hydrochloric acids was known as aqua regia (royal water), celebrated Group: group 15 (pnictogens). Oxygen atom transfer from nitrite mediated by Fe(III) porphyrins in aqueous solution.

Journal of the American Chemical Society. PMID DOI: /jay: 1: da Rocha ZN, Marchesi MS, Molin JC, Lunardi CN, Miranda KM, Bendhack LM, Ford PC, da Silva RS.

The inducing NO-vasodilation by chemical reduction of. electron transfer structural membrane magnetic catalytic metal ion reduction clusters peptide nucleic coordinated ii1 inorganic epr ma It is a pity that the link has been removed.

This is a unique book. 05 January () Post a Review You can write a book review and share. The water-soluble ferriheme model Fe III (TPPS) mediates oxygen atom transfer from inorganic nitrite to a water-soluble phosphine (Tris(3-sulfophenyl)phosphine).

The nitrosyl complex Fe II (TPPS)(NO) is the dominant iron species while excess substrate is present. However, in slightly acidic media (pH ~6), the system does not stop at this very stable ferrous nitrosyl. Ruthenium polypyridyl complexes bound to hydroquinone/quinone moieties are expected to yield information on the behaviour of hydroquinone-type compounds in biological processes.

Furthermore, ruthenium(II)-hydroquinone complexes involving O and N bonds are likely to absorb well into the visible region and therefore have potential as dyes in sensitized solar cells.

Oxygen atom transfers from nitrite mediated by Fe(III) porphyrins in aqueous solution. Chosu Khin, Julie Heinecke and Peter C. Ford, J. Amer. Chem. Soc., DOI: /jay; The inducing NO-vasodilation by chemical reduction of coordinated nitrite ion in cis-[Ru(NO2)L(bpy)2]+ complexes. Oxygen Atom Transfer from Nitrite Mediated by Fe(III) Porphyrins in Aqueous Solution.

Journal of the American Chemical Society(42), DOI: / by: Oxygen Atom Transfer from Nitrite Mediated by Fe(III) Porphyrins in Aqueous Solution. Chosu Khin; Book Reviews. Book Review of Ribozymes and RNA Catalysis. Victoria J. DeRose; Journal of the American Chemical Society N.

Nemykin and P. Basu, “Oxygen Atom Transfer Reactivity from a dioxo-Mo(VI) Complex to Tertiary Phosphine: Synthesis, Characterization and Structure of Phosphoryl Intermediate Complexes,” Inorg. Chem., 44, (). Rubredoxin is an electron-carrier found in sulfur-metabolizing bacteria and active site contains an iron ion coordinated by the sulfur atoms of four cysteine residues forming an almost regular oxins perform one-electron transfer processes.

The oxidation state of the iron atom changes between the +2 and +3 states. In both oxidation states the metal is high. Semiempirical Procedure for Measuring with Stationary Electrode Polarography Rates of Chemical Reactions Involving the Product of Electron Transfer.

Nicholson Anal. Chem.,38 (10), pp –Cited by: for many years. Current research focuses on solar fuels, catalytic and multi-electron transfer processes, frequently with an emphasis on nano-scale materials and POM derivatives.

He has trained ~ graduate students and postdocs. Google Scholar lists ~ publications cited ~28, times (H index = 88) with four cited over times. Balch, A. Metal-Metal Bond Making and Breaking in Binuclear Complexes with Phosphine Bridging Ligands.

Book Chapter in "Reactivity of Metal-Metal Bonds," ACS Symposium Series #, Chin, D.-H., G. La Mar and A. Balch. Role of Ferryl (FeO2+) Complexes in Oxygen Atom Transfer Reactions. Both processes involve effective partial charge transfer from the ion, and cubic (8) coordinated primary hydration water molecules having 0, 6 and 12 secondary hydration water molecules respectively.

This was explained by the nitrite ion forming more and stronger hydrogen bonds with water per oxygen atom than the nitrate ion. Instead, a metal ion can act as a Lewis acid and interact with water, a Lewis base, by coordinating to a lone pair of electrons on the oxygen atom to form a hydrated metal ion (part (a) in Figure "Effect of a Metal Ion on the Acidity of Water"), as discussed in Chapter 4 "Reactions in Aqueous Solution".

A water molecule coordinated to a. Hydrogen bonds influence secondary coordination spheres around metal ions in many proteins. To duplicate these features of molecular architecture in synthetic systems, urea-based ligands have have been developed that create rigid organic frameworks when bonded to metal ions.

These frameworks position hydro-gen bond donors proximal to metal ion(s) to form specific Cited by: Two types of mechanisms have been associated with the photosensitized reactions involving DNA.

94 The so called type I mechanism involves direct electron transfer or hydrogen abstraction of the 2'-deoxyguanosine (dGuo) bases by the excited sensitizer, while type II proceeds via their reaction with singlet oxygen, O 2 (1 D g), yielding 8-oxo You can write a book review and share your experiences.

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This review paper describes briefly the cloud aqueous phase composition and deeply its reactivity in the dark and mainly under solar radiation. The role of the main oxidants (hydrogen peroxide, nitrate radical, and hydroxyl radical) is presented with a focus on the hydroxyl radical, which drives the oxidation capacity during the day.

Its sources in the aqueous phase, mainly through Author: Angelica Bianco, Monica Passananti, Marcello Brigante, Gilles Mailhot.BIOLOGICAL OXYGEN ATOM TRANSFER 79FIGURE Catalytic cycle for cytochrome P and X-ray structure of a human cyto-chrome P 2D6 that recognizes substrates containing basic nitrogen and an aromatic ring,functional groups found in a large number of central nervous system, and cardiovascular iron in addition to or instead of.Most enzyme reactions involve formation and cleavage of covalent bonds, while electrostatic effects, as well as dynamics of the active site and surrounding protein regions, may also be crucial.

Accordingly, special computational methods are needed to provide an adequate description, which combine quantum mechanics for the reactive region with molecular Cited by: