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Bioinspired catalysis : metal-sulfur complexes / edited by Wolfgang Weigand and Phlippe Schollhammer.
Biology Library (Falconer) » Stacks » TP248.65 .E59 B57 2015
"This book provides an overview of bioinspired metal-sulfur catalysis by covering structures, activities and model complexes of enzymes exhibiting metal sulphur moieties in their active center." (publisher's description)
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Chemistry & ChemEng Library (Swain) » Stacks » R857 .N34 C367 2016
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