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Pnictogen, chalcogen, halogen: NMR looks into the blue holes

New catalysts containing antimony could complement more well-known interactions such as hydrogen bonds or chalcogen-sulfur bonds in chemical reactions for a wide range of products. Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy provides the clues.

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