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Title Structures and mechanisms : from ashes to enzymes / Gareth R. Eaton, editor, Don C. Wiley, editor, Oleg Jardetzky, editor.
Imprint Washington, DC : American Chemical Society, 2002.

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Description 1 online resource (436 pages) : illustrations.
Series ACS symposium series, 1947-5918 ; 827
ACS symposium series ; 827. 1947-5918
Note "This book is dedicated to Professor William N. Lipscomb, creative scientist, clarinetist, Nobel Laureate, and Kentucky Colonel".--Page [vii].
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Subject Lipscomb, William N.
Lipscomb, William N.
Lipscomb, William N.
Chemistry.
Boranes -- Analysis.
Carboranes -- Technological innovations.
Nanostructured materials -- Formation.
Fullerenes -- Analysis.
Nanotubes -- Analysis.
Oscillating chemical reaction.
Diborane -- Analysis.
Nuclear magnetic resonance -- Spectra.
Inorganic compounds -- Analysis.
Aluminum silicates.
Quantum chemistry.
Methionine -- Structure.
Transduction.
Molecular biology -- Structures.
Chimerism.
Nucleic acids.
Hematopoiesis -- Analysis.
Vasculogenesis -- Analysis.
Embryos -- Experiments.
Electron paramagnetic resonance.
Reoviruses.
Chemistry.
Boranes -- analysis.
Boranes.
Organometallic Compounds.
Inventions.
Nanostructures.
Fullerenes -- analysis.
Nanotubes -- analysis.
Chemical Phenomena.
Borohydrides.
Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy.
Inorganic Chemicals -- analysis.
Aluminum Silicates.
Quantum Theory.
Methionine.
Energy Metabolism.
Energy Transfer.
Molecular Dynamics Simulation.
Chimerism.
Nucleic Acids.
Hematopoiesis.
Neovascularization.
Embryonic Structures.
Electron Spin Resonance Spectroscopy.
Reoviridae.
Genre Conference papers and proceedings
Conference papers and proceedings.
Contents The Landscape and the Horizons: An Introduction to the Science of William N. Lipscomb / Gareth R. Eaton -- Thomas Jefferson, Alice in Wonderland, Polyhedral Boranes, and the Lipscomb Legacy / Russell N. Grimes -- Recent Developments in the Chemistry of Main Group Metallacarboranes of the C2B4-Carborane Ligands / Narayan S. Hosmane and John A. Maguire -- Formation of Nanostructured Phases of Fe, Co, and Ni by a Freeze-Out Technique / Kimloan T. Nguyen, Alfred A. Zinn, and Herbert D. Kaesz -- Proposed New Materials: Boron Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Nanotori / Vladimir Dadashev, Asta Gindulyte, William N. Lipscomb, Lou Massa, and Richard Squire -- Oscillations, Waves, and Patterns in Chemistry and Biology / Irving R. Epstein -- Electron Propagator Theory of Ionization Energies and Dyson Orbitals for p-Hydrido, Bridge-Bonded Molecules: Diborane, Digallane, and Gallaborane / Gustavo Seabra, V.G. Zakrzewski, and J.V. Ortiz -- Application of Theoretical Methods to NMR Chemical Shifts and Coupling Constants / Michael L. McKee -- Does the Magnitude of NMR Coupling Constants Specify Bond Polarity? / Rodney J. Bartlett, Janet E. Del Bene, and S. Ajith Perera -- Aluminosilicate Inorganic Compounds, Minerals, and Mineral Glasses: Connections Forged by Quantum Chemistry and NMR Spectroscopy / John A. Tossell.
Bragg Diffraction and the Interference of Two Atom Lasers: An Analogy / Roger A. Hegstrom -- B12-Dependent Methionine Synthase: A Structure That Adapts to Catalyze Multiple Methyl Transfer Reactions / Martha L. Ludwig and Rowena G. Matthews -- Metalloproteins to Membrane Proteins: Biological Energy Transduction Mechanisms / Douglas C. Rees -- Paradigms for Protein-Ligand Interactions / Florante A. Quiocho -- Structures of the Central Dogma of Molecular Biology / Thomas A. Steitz -- Analysis of Intradomain Signaling in the Multifunctional Protein CAD Using Novel Hybrids and Chimeric Molecules / David R. Evans and Hedeel I. Guy -- A New Engine for Cleaving Nucleic Acid / Kurt L. Krause and Mitchell D. Miller -- Activation of Hematopoiesis and Vasculogenesis in the Mouse Embryo: Induction and Reprogramming of Ectodermal Cell Fate by Signals from Primitive Endoderm / Margaret H. Baron -- Scoring Functions Sensitive to Alignment Error Have a More Difficult Search: A Paradox for Threading / Jeffrey Chang, Michelle Whirl Carrillo, Allison Waugh, Liping Wei, and Russ B. Altman -- Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Techniques for Measuring Distances in Proteins / Sandra S. Eaton and Gareth R. Eaton -- Allostery and Induced Fit: NMR and Molecular Modeling Study of the trp Repressor-mtr DNA Complex / Luciano Brocchieri, Guo-Ping Zhou, and Oleg Jardetzky -- The 3.6 A Structure of the Reovirus Core Particle / Karin M. Reinisch and Stephen C. Harrison.
Summary Annotation This volume encompasses a wide range of chemistry, with juxtaposition of, for example, boron hydrides, quantum mechanical calculations, and structure of a virus, providing a perspective on chemistry not offered by traditional texts. The breadth of this book will be stimulating and causereaders to think a little beyond the usual confines of a particular research field. The book begins with an autobiographical reflection by Lipscomb and includes an introduction to the science of William N. Lipscomb. This volume encompasses a wide range of chemistry, with a juxtaposition of, forexample, boron hydrides, quantum mechanical calculations, and structure of a virus, providing a perspective on chemistry not offered by traditional texts. The volume includes chapters on polyhedral boranes, oscillations, waves, and patterns in chemistry and biology, interference of atom lasers, chemical theory of bonding and NMR parameters, NMR and EPR of proteins, biological energy transduction, protein-ligand interactions, and relation of structures to the central dogma of biology, and concludes with comments on the relation of the retrovirus core to the function of this molecularmachine.
Other Author Lipscomb, William N., honouree.
Eaton, Gareth R., editor. University of Denver.
Wiley, Don C., 1944- editor. Harvard University.
Jardetzky, Oleg, editor. Stanford University.
American Chemical Society, issuing body.
Other Title Original 9780841237360 (alk. paper)
Original 0841237360 (alk. paper)