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Surface binding vs. sequestration; the uptake of benzohydroxamic acid at iron(III) oxide surfaces

By Peter Tasker, S.G. Harris, E.K. Brechin, Fraser J White and Rio-Echevarria I.M.


Benzohydroxamic acid is shown to be an unexpectedly good ligand for iron(III) oxides, favouring surface attachment to the formation of trisbenzohydroxamato complexes, which are known to have very high thermodynamic stability in solution

Topics: molecular-dynamics simulations; siderophore; complexes; chemistry; analogs; iron
Year: 2008
DOI identifier: 10.1039/b808805e
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