Binding of O2 at the active site of Haemocyanin

active site of haemocyanin

Binding of O2 at the active site of haemocyanin causes the two Cu atoms to be brought closer together. The O2 complex is regarded as a binuclear Cu(II) centre in which the two Cu atoms are bridged by an η2, η2-peroxide.


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