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The mechanisms of nitrogen fixation


, : The mechanisms of nitrogen fixation. Recent Developments in Nitrogen Fixation Proceedings, Second International Symposium, Salamanca, Spain, September, 1976 Newton, W; Postgate, JR; Rodriguez Barrueco, C, Editors: 69-108

Thermodynamic considerations, abiological nitrogen fixing systems, molybdenum coordination chemistry, molybdoenzymes, nitrogenase (stoichiometric, and intimate chemical mechanisms) are discussed.

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