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Studies towards the Synthesis of Pentalenene: Mechanistic Insights into the Isomerization Phenomenon During RCM of Medium-Sized Rings

Bibliographic reference De Bo, Guillaume ; Marko, Istvan. Studies towards the Synthesis of Pentalenene: Mechanistic Insights into the Isomerization Phenomenon During RCM of Medium-Sized Rings. In: European Journal of Organic Chemistry, Vol. 2011, no. 10, p. 1859-1869 (25 february 2011)
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