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27. 3) of group 1 and group 2 half-met hemocyanin derivatives with and without 100-fold excess exogenous ligand (adapted from Ref. 64) Active Sites in Copper Proteins. An Electronic Structure Overview Half met N3- 37 Half met N3- in excess N3- 1000 15 '~ 1000 15 E £ 10~ 10 "$ 5 5 I 400 500 nm 600 I I 400 2039 600 397 I 190() ' '"500 ' ' 400 ' 20'00 cm-I T'~-r - 500 nm 2039 397 20'00 I //¢ I 190(~ 500 cm-1 I 400 Fig. 28. Optical absorption (room temperature difference spectra) (upper) and resonance Raman spectra (room temperature) (lower) of half-met N~ and half-met N~ with 100-fold excess N~; excitation profiles (A = 2039 cm-~, O = 397 cm -~) correspond to right side scale (from Ref.

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