Problems Presented by Haemocyanins
In the following articles the reader will find detailed review material covering the work of most if not all of those who participate in the study of haemocyanins. As each article has at least one specialist as an author and as specialists are notoriously anxious both to state detail correctly and to provide personal justification for their activities, the overall impression of this book could be lost or at least difficult to see. It is for this reason that I have been asked to present an introduction to the various papers. An attempt will be made to keep above controversy but as the man in the middle I shall be thought to be biased (by all sides) no matter what I write.
KeywordsZinc Peroxide Magnesium Catalysis Fluoride
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