Chemical Processes with Participation of Biological and by Lomova, Gennady Zaikov

By Lomova, Gennady Zaikov

The e-book is dedicated to kinetics and thermodynamics of the approaches with participation of a few organic compounds and their man made analogues. points in their appearing as version enzymes, molecular receptors, photograph sensitizers, pharmocophores, and biopharmaceutical compounds are into consideration. Quantitative features of move of cations, anions and small natural molecules, fermentative catalysis, diffusion of the drug molecular via organic membranes are discovered. Mechanisms of the approaches are mentioned. organic job of studied compounds is evaluated. Bio-damages of fabrics in addition to adhesions of microorganisms on fabrics floor are investigated.

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However, in some cases they are not very convenient, as, unlike natural porphyrins, they have no alkyl or pseudoalkyl substituents in β-positions of the porphyrin cycle, whereas meso-positions are substituted. On the other hand, sufficiently accessible octaalkylporphyrins 2 are not always convenient, either, as they have no active groups, which can be changed to impart them with various physicochemical properties. Therefore, of great interest are porphyrins, which combine the advantages of these two classes, such, for instance, as 5,15-diaryloctaalkylporphyrins 3 and 5-aryloctaalkylporphyrins 4.

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