Cube-shaped iron–sulfur clusters support multiple bond between iron and nitrogen

  • Cube-shaped iron–sulfur clusters support multiple bond between iron and nitrogen

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    In a number of biological processes, iron–sulfur clusters play a vital role, where they act as cofactors to enzymes. Research published in Angewandte Chemie now shows that cubic clusters can support unusual bonding states. This study shows that the cluster copes well with a multiple bond between iron and nitrogen—a structural motif that may be involved in biological nitrogen fixation.

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