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Darensbourg, Marcetta York ISNI National Library of France

Marcetta Y. Darensbourg Wikidata

Darensbourg, Marcetta Y., 1942- Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Israel

Darensbourg, Marcetta Y. BIBSYS NII (Japan)

VIAF ID: 109657501 (Personal)

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ISNI: 0000  0000  8296  0670 

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Better than platinum? Fuel cells energized by enzymes. Wikidata
Catalysis of H(2)/D(2) scrambling and other H/D exchange processes by [Fe]-hydrogenase model complexes. Wikidata
Chemical issues addressing the construction of the distal Ni[cysteine-glycine-cysteine]2- site of acetyl CoA synthase: why not copper? Wikidata
Experimental organometallic chemistry, 1987: BIBSYS Library of Congress/NACO National Library of France National Library of Israel
Imidazole-containing (N3S)-Ni(II) complexes relating to nickel containing biomolecules. Wikidata
Inorganic syntheses BIBSYS National Library of France
The organometallic active site of [Fe]hydrogenase: models and entatic states. Wikidata
Orientation and stereodynamic paths of planar monodentate ligands in square planar nickel N2S complexes. Wikidata
S K-edge X-ray absorption spectroscopy and density functional theory studies of high and low spin {FeNO}7 thiolate complexes: exchange stabilization of electron delocalization in {FeNO}7 and {FeO2}8. Wikidata
Self-assembly of dinitrosyl iron units into imidazolate-edge-bridged molecular squares: characterization including Mössbauer spectroscopy. Wikidata
Sulfonated diiron complexes as water-soluble models of the [Fe-Fe]-hydrogenase enzyme active site. Wikidata
Synthetic advances inspired by the bioactive dinitrosyl iron unit. Wikidata

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