SOME PHYSICAL PROPERTIES AND CHEMICAL REACTIONS OF IRON COMPLEXES

@inproceedings{Williams1961SOMEPP,
  title={SOME PHYSICAL PROPERTIES AND CHEMICAL REACTIONS OF IRON COMPLEXES},
  author={Robert J. P. Williams},
  year={1961}
}
Publisher Summary This chapter discusses some physical properties and chemical reactions of iron complexes. It presents a comparison between known properties and reactions of some simple iron complexes with chelating and conjugated ligands on the one hand, and of the wide range of heme-containing compounds of biology on the other. There are three classes of simple iron complexes. In class I, all the properties and reactions are consistent with the iron (Fe++ or Fe+++) being in a high-spin state… CONTINUE READING