Caged CO(2) for the direct observation of CO(2)-consuming reactions.


CO(2)-consuming reactions, in particular carboxylations, play important roles in technical processes and in nature. Their kinetic behavior and the reaction mechanisms of carboxylating enzymes are difficult to study because CO(2) is inconvenient to handle as a gas, exists in equilibrium with bicarbonate in aqueous solution, and typically yields products that… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/cbic.201200659


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@article{Lommel2013CagedCF, title={Caged CO(2) for the direct observation of CO(2)-consuming reactions.}, author={Katharina Lommel and Gabriela da Cruz Schaefer and Konstantin Grenader and Christoph Ruland and Andreas Terfort and Werner Maentele and Georg Wille}, journal={Chembiochem : a European journal of chemical biology}, year={2013}, volume={14 3}, pages={372-80} }