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The function of iron in biochemistry

  • G. L. Eichhorn

Abstract

A perusal of the varioustitles encompassed by this Symposium suggests that its primary concern is not with the function of iron in biochemistry, but rather with the concentrations of iron in biochemical systems. The biochemistry that is most immediately pertinent in such a context involves to a large extent molecules in which the iron really has no function at all.

Keywords

Molecular Oxygen Iron Atom Unpaired Electron Electronic Configuration Field Complex 
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