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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 57
Mechanisms of Water Oxidation Catalyzed by Ruthenium Coordination Complexes (Aurora E. Clark and James K. Hurst)
Biomimetic and non-biological dinuclear Mx+-complex catalyzed alcoholysis reactions of phosphoryl transfer reactions (R. Stan Brown)
Photoactivated DNA Cleavage and Anticancer Activity of 3d-Metal Complexes (Akhil R. Chakravarty and Mithun Roy)
Design and Evolution of Artificial Metalloenzymes: Biomimetic Aspects (Marc Creus and Thomas R.Ward)
Functionalization of Fluorinated Aromatics by Nickel-Mediated CH and CF Bond Oxidative Addition: Prospects for the Synthesis of Fluorine-Containing Pharmaceuticals (Samuel A. Johnson, Jillian A. Hatnean, Meghan E. Doster)
DNA-Based Metal Catalysis (Jens Oelerich and Gerard Roelfes)
Metallo-lactamases and their Synthetic Mimics: Structure, Function and Catalytic Mechanism (Muthaiah Umayal, A. Tamilselvi, and Govindasamy Mugesh)
A New Class of Nanostructured Inorganic-Organic Hybrid Semiconductors Based on II-VI Binary Compounds (Jing Li and Ruibo Zhang)
Oxygen Evolution Reaction Chemistry of Oxide-Based Electrodes (Yogesh Surendranath and Daniel G. Nocera)