Introduction: Bio-inorganic Chemistry as a Laboratory Discipline

  • Ei-Ichiro Ochiai
  • David R. Williams


The impact of bio-inorganic chemistry has settled solidly into undergraduate chemistry, biochemistry and medical science courses. This volume is written as a sister volume to the four main text-books for these courses (see Further Reading) so that the principles learned in the lecture theatre and library can be driven home by laboratory investigation.


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Further Reading (Bio-inorganic Textbooks)

  1. D. R. Williams (1971). The Metals of Life, Van Nostrand, London An Introduction to Bio-inorganic Chemistry, Ed. D. R. Williams, C. C. Thomas, Springfield, Illinois (1976)Google Scholar
  2. E.-I. Ochiai (1977). Bio-inorganic Chemistry, An Introduction, Allyn and Bacon, BostonGoogle Scholar
  3. A. M. Fiabane and D. R. Williams (1977). The Principles of Bio-inorganic Chemistry, The Chemical Society, London, Monographs for Teachers No. 31Google Scholar

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© Ei-Ichiro Ochiai and David R. Williams 1979

Authors and Affiliations

  • Ei-Ichiro Ochiai
    • 1
  • David R. Williams
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of ChemistryUniversity of British ColumbiaCanada
  2. 2.Department of ChemistryUniversity of Wales Institute of Science and TechnologyCardiffUK

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