Hydrogen transfer: One thing after the other

Added: 14.02.2018 15:26 | 0 views | 0 comments

Source: people.seas.harvard.edu
Source: people.seas.harvard.edu

Hydride transfer is an important reaction for chemistry (e.g., fuel cells), as well as biology (e.g., respiratory chain and photosynthesis). Often, one partial reaction involves the transfer of a hydride ion (H(-)). But does this hydride transfer involve one step or several individual steps? In a new study, scientists have now provided the first proof of stepwise hydride transfer in a biological system.

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