New PDF release: Bioinorganic Chemistry: A Practical Course

By Nils Metzler-Nolte

ISBN-10: 3110209543

ISBN-13: 9783110209549

This e-book provides a different advent into the sector of bioinorganic chemistry via useful laboratory experiments. themes comprise many facets of recent bioinorganic chemistry equivalent to version structures for metalloenzymes, biosensors, steel bioconjugates and metal-based medicinal drugs. each one bankruptcy encompasses a short creation, by way of unique experimental strategies, accomplished with all priceless historical past details for the scholar in addition to their teachers. A invaluable complement to plain textbooks of inorganic and bioinorganic chemistry crucial for all teachers educating laboratory classes typically and inorganic chemistry

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