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This finished sequence of volumes on inorganic chemistry offers inorganic chemists with a discussion board for severe, authoritative reviews of advances in each sector of the self-discipline. each quantity studies contemporary growth with an important, updated number of papers by means of the world over famous researchers, complemented by means of distinctive discussions and entire documentation. each one quantity includes a whole topic index and the sequence encompasses a cumulative index besides.

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B) during turnover. This signal shows an unpaired electron associated with one Mo(V), and (although a mixed IV-V or V-VI state cannot be firmly eliminated) there is no evidence for any Mo-Mo interaction. , flavins, Fe4S4 clusters, hemes) and have subunits that come in sets of two or multiples thereof. Therefore, it is also reasonable to assume that there are two active sites per enzyme, each replete with the full complement of catalytic machinery. Thus at present both mononuclear and dinuclear Mo complexes can be considered as potentially relevant to the role of Mo in enzymes.

Thus the difference between v3 and v1 may correspond closely to the A, value. Electronic spectra have been studied in some detail (200, 212-214) and are roughly consistent with this scheme. The infrared and Raman spectra of the tetrahedral molybdates, thiomolybdates, and selenomolybdates have also received btudy (21 5-21 8). For the Td, tetrahedral dianion Mo0y2, the two stretching modes ( A , and F2) are Raman active and one (F,) is infrared active as well. Rending modes are of E and F2 symmetry, and while both are Raman active only F2 i s infrared active.

The isolated complex MoO,(dien) in solution reacts with oxine in a manner almost identical to the reaction of NazMoOI with oxine (265). This led Taylor et a]. (265) to suspect the presence of in the Mo03(dien) solutions. The identity of the solution Raman and infrared spectra of and Mo03(dien) would seem to indicate extensive dissociation of the complex below p H 10. The fact that ethanol precipitates Mo03(dien) is indicative of a rapid equilibrium (Eq. 8), MoO,(dien) + H,O MOO;' + dienHc2 (8) which lies far to the right but which can be forced to the left by addition of alcohol and precipitation of the complex.

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