Chemistry and Biochemistry

Francis R. Nordmeyer

Francis R. Nordmeyer

Education:

B.A. Chemistry, Wabash College, 1961

M.A. Inorganic Chemistry, Wesleyan University, Connecticut, 1964

Ph.D. Inorganic Chemistry, Stanford University, 1967 (with Henry Taube)

Curriculum Vitae

Research:

My research has been in the study of kinetics and mechanisms of transition metal electron transfer reactions and separations by ion chromatogrophy.

Publications:

J.L. Johnson, A.C. Nyborg, P.E. Wilson, A.M. Tolley, F.R. Nordmeyer and G.D. Watt,“ Analysis of Steady State Fe and MoFe Protein Interactions During Nitrogenase Catalysis,” Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, 1543(1), 24-35 (2000).

L. Johnson, A.C. Nyborg, P.E. Wilson, A.M. Tolley, F.R. Nordmeyer, and G.D. Watt, “Mechanistic Interpretation of the Dilution Effect for Azotobacter vinelandii and Clostridium pasteurianum Nitrogenase Catalysis,” Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, 1543(1), 36-46 (2000). 

J.A. Erickson, A.C. Nyborg, J.L. Johnson, S.M. Truscott, A. Gunn, F.R. Nordmeyer and G.D. Watt, “Enhanced Efficiency of ATP Hydrolysis During Nitrogenase Catalysis Utilizing Reductants that Form the All-Ferrous Redox State of the Fe Protein,” Biochemistry, 38(43), 14279-14285 (1999).



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