Azaborines: an ab initio study - The Journal of Organic Chemistry


Sep 1, 1992 - Eric R. Abbey , Ashley N. Lamm , Andrew W. Baggett , Lev N. Zakharov , and Shih-Yuan Liu .... Robert J. Doerksen and Ajit J. Thakkar...
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