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By Kenneth D. Karlin

This sequence offers articles giving the country of study for the main lively themes within the box, written through chemists educating at universities around the globe. Karlin (chemistry, Johns Hopkins U.) has edited the most recent variation, which incorporates seven articles at the following issues: solid-state and resolution routes to manipulating hexanuclear transition steel chalcohalide clusters; doped semiconductor nanocrystals; stereochemical points of steel Xanthate complexes; trivalent uranium; comparability of the chemical biology of NO and HNO; the origins and results of adjustments of nucleobase pKa values upon steel coordinatoin; and the functionalization of myoglobin. A cumulative index of all fifty four volumes is integrated.

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