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Carmen Gauthier, Florida Southern College
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Bioinorganic

I will be teaching a bio-inorganic course in the fall.  Could any one recommend a textbook?

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Gerard Rowe, University of South Carolina Aiken
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For an introductory course, I like Lippard and Berg's book.  It's written at a pretty nice undergraduate level.  For a more advanced class, there is Physical Methods in Bioinorganic Chemistry that gives a good survey of lots of spectroscopic techniques as applied to bioinorganic.

Kyle Grice, DePaul University
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I used Kaim, Schwederski, and Klein (published by Wiley) and coupled it with primary literature for an upper-division seminar-style course and it worked well.

Carmen Gauthier, Florida Southern College
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Thank you so much I will take a look at both textbooks and let you know.

All the best,

 

Carmen