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Observation of alkali-metal-carboxylate radical anions in fast-atom bombardment

Bibliographic reference Li, XL ; de Hoffmann, Edmond. Observation of alkali-metal-carboxylate radical anions in fast-atom bombardment. In: Journal of the American society for mass spectrometry, Vol. 6, no. 12, p. 1252-1255 (1995)
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