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The detection of apical interaction in copper (II) complexes of potential tridentate alpha-amino acids by optical rotatory dispersion

, : The detection of apical interaction in copper (II) complexes of potential tridentate alpha-amino acids by optical rotatory dispersion. Journal of the American Chemical Society 90(3): 805-807


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