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Default I. Studies on Cycloproply-Stabilized Vinyl Cation Intermediates. II. Molecular Orbital Calculations on Cationic Intermediates and Displacement Reactions. III. On the Complexation of NMR Lanthanide Shift Reagents with Organic Substrates

I. Studies on Cycloproply-Stabilized Vinyl Cation Intermediates. II. Molecular Orbital Calculations on Cationic Intermediates and Displacement Reactions. III. On the Complexation of NMR Lanthanide Shift Reagents with Organic Substrates

Kelsey, Donald Ross (1973) I. Studies on Cycloproply-Stabilized Vinyl Cation Intermediates. II. Molecular Orbital Calculations on Cationic Intermediates and Displacement Reactions. III. On the Complexation of NMR Lanthanide Shift Reagents with Organic Substrates. Dissertation (Ph.D.), California Institute of Technology. http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechT...2018-101527022

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