Physical Methods in Bioinorganic Chemistry

Spectroscopy and Magnetism

Edited by Lawrence Que, Jr.
University of Minnesota


1. Electronic Absorption Spectroscopy
David McMillin, Purdue University

2. Resonance Raman Spectroscopy
Thomas G. Spiro, Princeton University
Roman S. Czernuszewicz, Univeristy of Houston

3. Electron Paramagnetic Resonance of Metalloproteins
Graham Palmer, Rice University

4. ESEEM and ENDOR Spectroscopy
N. Dennis Chasteen, University of New Hampshire
Peggy A. Snetsinger, Sacred Heart University

5. CD and MCD Spectroscopy
Michael K. Johnson,University of Georgia

6. Aspects of 57Fe Mössbauer Spectroscopy
Eckard Münck, Carnegie Mellon University

7. Molecular Magnetism in Bioinorganic Chemistry
Jean-Jacques Girerd and Yves Journaux, Universitat Paris-Sud

8. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance of Paramagnetic Metal Centers in Proteins and Synthetic Complexes
Li-June Ming, University of South Florida

9. X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy
Robert A. Scott, University of Georgia

10a. Case Study: CuA Site of Cytochrome c Oxidase
Joann Sanders-Loehr, Oregon Graduate Institute of Science & Technology

10b. Case Study: Isopenicillin N Sythase
Lawrence Que, Jr., University of Minnesota

Index