by Bertini, Gray, Lippard, Valentine
Publisher: University Science Books 1994
Number of pages: 628
This book covers material that could be included in a one-quarter or onesemester course in bioinorganic chemistry for graduate students and advanced undergraduate students in chemistry or biochemistry. Such a course should provide students with the background required to follow the research literature in the field.
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