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2 will be important only for the d-transition metal ions, which are capable of forming TT bonds. Overall, one may conclude that 'self-organizing1 qualities are inherent already in mixed ligand systems of low molecular weight [3-5], and indeed, a compilation [7] of binding sites in naturally occurring metal ion complexes of 3d ions reflects the mentioned favored combinations: an imidazole group — for several reasons [4,65] a versatile binding site — is involved together with 0 (or 'O-like') binding sites [7].

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