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Volume 117, Number 1, 14 March 1997

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Oxygen and I
pp. 3-7(5)
Author: Barton, D.H.R.

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Functional models for the oxygen binding/activating hemeproteins, myoglobin and cytochrome c oxidase
pp. 9-20(12)
Authors: Collman, J.P.; Eberspacher, T.; Fu, L.; Herrmann, P.C.

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Metal complex catalyzed oxidations with hydroperoxides: Inner-sphere electron transfer
pp. 39-55(17)
Authors: Gekhman, A.E.; Moiseev, I.I.; Moiseeva, N.I.

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Oxidation catalysis with semi-inorganic zeolite-based Mn catalysts
pp. 57-70(14)
Authors: Knops-Gerrits, P.; de Vos, D.E.; Jacobs, P.A.

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Dioxygen activation by iron complexes. The search for reactive intermediates
pp. 71-82(12)
Authors: Selke, M.; Sisemore, M.F.; Ho, R.Y.N.; Wertz, D.L.; Valentine, J.S.

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Fe(TPA)-catalyzed alkane hydroxylation can be a metal-based oxidation
pp. 83-89(7)
Authors: Kim, J.; Kim, C.; Harrison, R.G.; Wilkinson, E.C.; Que, L.J.

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Metallophthalocyanine-catalyzed oxidation of catechols by H2O2 and its surrogates
pp. 103-114(12)
Authors: Sorokin, A.; Meunier, B.; Fraisse, L.; Rabion, A.

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Functional modeling of manganese-containing O2 evolution enzymes with manganese porphyrin dimers
pp. 115-121(7)
Authors: Naruta, Y.; Ichihara, K.; Sasayama, M.

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Peroxovanadium complexes as radical oxidants in organic solvents and in aqueous solutions
pp. 139-149(11)
Authors: Conte, V.; Di Furia, F.; Moro, S.

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Liquid-phase oxygenation of hydrocarbons with molecular oxygen catalyzed by Fe2Ni-substituted Keggin-type heteropolyanion
pp. 159-168(10)
Authors: Mizuno, N.; Nozaki, C.; Hirose, T.; Tateishi, M.; Iwamoto, M.

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Catalytic oxidation with hydrogen peroxide catalyzed by 'sandwich' type transition metal substituted polyoxometalates
pp. 169-183(15)
Authors: Neumann, R.; Khenkin, A.M.; Juwiler, D.; Miller, H.; Garb, M.

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Studies on polyoxo and polyperoxo-metalates part 5 :1 Peroxide-catalysed oxidations with heteropolyperoxo-tungstates and -molybdates
pp. 185-198(14)
Authors: Gresley, N.M.; Griffith, W.P.; Laemmel, A.C.; Parkin, B.C.; Nogueira, H.I.S.

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Cytochrome c oxidase models. Dinuclear iron/copper complexes derived from covalently modified deuteroporphyrins
pp. 199-204(6)
Authors: Monzani, E.; Casella, L.; Gullotti, M.; Panigada, N.; Franceschi, F.; Papaefthymiou, V.

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Catalytic oxidation with dinuclear Cu(I) macrocyclic dioxygen complexes as intermediates
pp. 205-213(9)
Authors: Martell, A.E.; Motekaitis, R.J.; Menif, R.; Rockcliffe, D.A.; Llobet, A.

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Kinetic and thermodynamic parameters of copper-dioxygen interaction with different oxygen binding modes
pp. 215-222(8)
Authors: Tolman, W.B.; Zuberbuhler, A.D.; Karlin, K.D.; Kaderli, S.

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Functional models for iron-bleomycin
pp. 223-227(5)
Authors: Roelfes, G.; Lubben, M.; Leppard, S.W.; Schudde, E.P.; Feringa, B.L.; Hermant, R.M.; Hage, R.; Wilkinson, E.C.; Que, L.J.

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How do electronegative substituents make metal complexes better catalysts for the oxidation of hydrocarbons by dioxygen?
pp. 229-242(14)
Authors: Bottcher, A.; Birnbaum, E.R.; Day, M.W.; Gray, H.B.; Grinstaff, M.W.; Labinger, J.A.

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The photoreactions of the carboxylate complexes of 5,10,15,20-tetra(2-N-methylpyridyl) porphyrin
pp. 249-257(9)
Authors: Gilbert, B.C.; Hodges, G.R.; Smith, J.R.L.; MacFaul, P.; Taylor, P.

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Study of the catalytical intermediates of metalloporphyrins supported on imidazole propyl gel
pp. 259-271(13)
Authors: Iamamoto, Y.; Prado, C.M.C.; Sacco, H.C.; Ciuffi, K.J.; Assis, M.D.; Maestrin, A.P.J.; Melo, A.J.B.; Baffa, O.; Nascimento, O.R.

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The selective oxidation of toluenes to benzaldehydes by cerium(III), hydrogen peroxide and bromide ion
pp. 279-287(9)
Authors: Auty, K.; Gilbert, B.C.; Thomas, C.B.; Brown, S.W.; Jones, C.W.; Sanderson, W.R.

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Lipase-catalyzed preparation of peroxy acids and their use for epoxidation
pp. 311-319(9)
Authors: Klaas, M.R.G.; Warwel, S.

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Horseradish peroxidase - a biocatalyst for the one-pot synthesis of enantiomerically pure hydroperoxides and alcohols
pp. 321-328(8)
Authors: Hoch, U.; Schreier, P.; Adam, W.; Fell, R.; Saha-Moller, C.R.

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Chloroperoxidase catalyzed oxidations in t-butyl alcohol/water mixtures
pp. 329-337(9)
Authors: van deurzen, M.P.J.; Remkes, I.J.; van Rantwijk, F.; Sheldon, R.A.

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Pentacoordinated manganese complexes as biomimetic catalysts for asymmetric epoxidations with hydrogen peroxide
pp. 339-346(8)
Authors: Berkessel, A.; Frauenkron, M.; Schwenkreis, T.; Steinmetz, A.

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Copper- and vanadium-catalyzed asymmetric oxidations
pp. 347-350(4)
Authors: Bolm, C.; Schlingloff, G.; Bienewald, F.

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A study of the organic by-products in the cyclohexanone ammoximation
pp. 367-373(7)
Authors: Cesana, A.; Mantegazza, M.A.; Pastori, M.

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Catalytic epoxidation by heteropolyoxoperoxo complexes: From novel precursors or catalysts to a mechanistic approach
pp. 375-387(13)
Authors: Salles, L.; Piquemal, J.; Thouvenot, R.; Minot, C.; Bregeault J.-M.

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Relation between structure and catalytic properties of transition metal complexes with heteropolyanion PW11O397- in oxidative reactions
pp. 389-396(8)
Authors: Kuznetsova, L.I.; detusheva, L.G.; Kuznetsova, N.I.; Fedotov, M.A.; Likholobov, V.A.

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Oxidative desulphurisation of oils via hydrogen peroxide and heteropolyanion catalysis
pp. 397-403(7)
Authors: Collins, F.M.; Sharp, C.; Lucy, A.R.

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Cyclohexane oxidation using transition metal-containing aluminophosphates (MAPO-VFI)
pp. 405-411(7)
Authors: Luna, F.J.; Wallau, M.; Ukawa, S.E.; Schuchardt, U.

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Oxidation of L-sorbose with molecular oxygen on platinum modified by metals, amines and phosphines
pp. 425-438(14)
Authors: Mallat, T.; Bronnimann, C.; Baiker, A.

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Olefin oxidation by the system H2O2/MoO42-: Competition between epoxidation and peroxidation
pp. 439-447(9)
Authors: Nardello, V.; Bouttemy, S.; Aubry J.-M.

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New dioxomolybdenum(VI) catalysts for the selective oxidation of terminal n-alkenes with molecular oxygen
pp. 455-469(15)
Authors: Herrmann, W.A.; Lobmaier, G.M.; Priermeier, T.; Mattner, M.R.; Scharbert, B.

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Thiocyanatodioxomolybdenum(VI) complexes as efficient oxidizing agents
pp. 471-478(8)
Authors: Arzoumanian, H.; Maurino, L.; Agrifoglio, G.

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