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Default Addressing the Stereochemistry of Complex Organic Molecules by Density Functional Theory-NMR: Vannusal B in Retrospective

Addressing the Stereochemistry of Complex Organic Molecules by Density Functional Theory-NMR: Vannusal B in Retrospective

Giacomo Saielli, K. C. Nicolaou, Adrian Ortiz, Hongjun Zhang and Alessandro Bagno



Journal of the American Chemical Society
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