Haem
C
20
H
12
Fe
1
N
4
  
 
Real, long lived, electronically neutral reagent chemical.

Gram formula weight (molecular mass) = 364.18


Heam is an iron(II) porphyrin complex found in the oxygen carrying protein, hemoglobin. In the protein the iron has a coordination number of six and is octahedral. The ‘fifth’ ligand is an aminoacid nitrogen, and the sixth ligand is oxygen, O2, or water. Carbon monoxide also complexes.
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Haem
is defined with respect to the entities below:
The entities below are defined with respect to:
Haem
Chelate (AS/A2 generic)


Complex (AS/A2 generic)


Type 23 Lewis acid/base complex (generic)


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