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13) for reviews]. , the Haber^Bosch process) or abiologically strong reductants such as, for example, alkaline metals (14,15). In addition, most strong-reductant-type N2 -reducing systems, which include a few metal dinitrogen complexes, do not operate catalytically (16,17). The ¢rst catalytic dinitrogen reducing complex, which works under ambient conditions, was presented very recently by Yandulov and Schrock (18,19), who used a molybdenum triamidoamine complex. This complex might be understood as a functional but not as a structural model for nitrogenase activity.

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