Tokuji Kimura , Akira Tasaki and Hiroshi Watari IRON-SULFUR PROTEIN ( ADRENODOXIN ) SUSCEPTIBILITY OF OXIDIZED AND REDUCED ADRENAL Studies on Adrenal Steroid Hydroxylases : THE MAGNETIC

@inproceedings{Kimura2003TokujiK,
  title={Tokuji Kimura , Akira Tasaki and Hiroshi Watari IRON-SULFUR PROTEIN ( ADRENODOXIN ) SUSCEPTIBILITY OF OXIDIZED AND REDUCED ADRENAL Studies on Adrenal Steroid Hydroxylases : THE MAGNETIC},
  author={Tokuji Kimura and Akira Tasaki and Hiroshi Watari},
  year={2003}
}
The magnetic susceptibility of adrenal iron-sulfur protein (adrenodoxin) in the oxidized and reduced states was measured over the temperature range 4”-260°K. The oxidized protein was diamagnetic in the entire temperature range, and the reduced protein exhibited a paramagnetism without any deviation from Curie’s law (S = l/2). None of the theoretical curves based on exchange interaction energy between 1O“K and 500°K fit the experimental curve.