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Electronic excitation and optical cross sections of methylamine and ethylamine in the UV-VUV spectral region

Bibliographic reference Hubin-Franskin, MJ ; Delwiche, J ; Giuliani, A ; Ska, MP ; Motte-Tollet, F ; et. al. Electronic excitation and optical cross sections of methylamine and ethylamine in the UV-VUV spectral region. In: Journal of Chemical Physics, Vol. 116, no. 21, p. 9261-9268 (2002)
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