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Biotransformations of sulfur as evolutionary prototypes for metabolism of metals and metalloids / George E. Parris --
incidence of organic methylation of parts within the surroundings / Y.K. Chau and P.T.S. Wong --
Kinetic and mechanistic reviews on B12-dependent methyl move to convinced poisonous steel ions / Y.-T. Fanchiang, W.P. Ridley, and J.M. wooden --
Aqueous chemistry of organolead and organothallium compounds within the presence of microorganisms / F. Huber, U. Schmidt, and H. Kirchmann --
Bioorganotin chemistry : stereo- and situselectivity within the monooxygenase enzyme reactions of cyclohexyltin compounds / Richard H. Fish, John E. Casida, and Ella C. Kimmel --
Anaerobic and cardio alkylation of arsenic / Barry C. McBride, Heather Merilees, William R. Cullen, and Wendy Pickett --
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Pathways for formation of transition metal-carbon bonds in protic media / James H. Espenson --
risky organometallic intermediates in a protic medium / James H. Weber and Mark W. Witman.
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