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Advances in Inorganic Chemistry, Vol. 49 by A. G. Sykes

By A. G. Sykes

Advances in Inorganic Chemistry provides well timed and informative summaries of the present development in a number of topic components inside inorganic chemistry, starting from bio-inorganic to stable kingdom. This acclaimed serial positive aspects studies written via specialists within the quarter and is an vital reference for complex researchers. each one quantity of Advances in Inorganic Chemistry comprises an index, and every bankruptcy is absolutely referenced.

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Volume profile for the carbonic anhydrase catalyzed hydration of CO2 and dehydration of HCO3Ϫ. 3 (121). From the pH dependence of both the hydration and dehydration reactions, it followed that only the hydroxo complex catalyzes the hydration of CO2 and only the aqua complex catalyzes the dehydration of HCO3Ϫ . 0 (122). Both the hydration and dehydration rate constants of this model catalyst were between five and six times higher than for the four-coordinate triazacyclododecane complex. This is associated with the possibility that the four-coordinate complex can stabilize the bicarbonate intermediate through ring closure, something that is less likely for the five-coordinate complex and thus its higher catalytic activity (122).

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