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X-ray and vibrational studies of 8-aminoquinoline. Evidence for a three-center hydrogen bond

Bibliographic reference Vanmeervelt, L. ; Goethals, M. ; Leroux, N ; Zeegershuyskens, T.. X-ray and vibrational studies of 8-aminoquinoline. Evidence for a three-center hydrogen bond. In: Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry, Vol. 10, no. 9, p. 680-686 (1997)
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