Structural Characteristics and Electronic States of Hemoglobin
The main physiological function of hemoglobin is to pick up molecular oxygen in the lungs, transport it to the tissues and deposit it there. On the face of it, this is not especially remarkable; it is only when the process is examined in some detail that a number of unusual features emerge.
KeywordsElectron Spin Resonance Electronic State Electron Spin Resonance Spectrum Iron Atom Axial Ligand
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