How the fourteen most stable CH4P2 isomers interconvert. An ab initio/NMR study.

Alk Dransfeld, Luc Landuyt, Michaela Flock, Minh T. Nguyen, Luc G. Vanquickenborne

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)838-848
JournalThe journal of physical chemistry (Washington, DC) / A
Volume105
Publication statusPublished - 2001

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How the fourteen most stable CH4P2 isomers interconvert. An ab initio/NMR study. / Dransfeld, Alk; Landuyt, Luc; Flock, Michaela; Nguyen, Minh T.; Vanquickenborne, Luc G.

In: The journal of physical chemistry (Washington, DC) / A, Vol. 105, 2001, p. 838-848.

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