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School of Chemistry > Organic Chemistry, Synthesis, Catalysis" and Year is 2015

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X-ray fluorescence as a condition monitoring tool for copper and corrosive sulphur species in insulating oil - P.S. Amaro, M. Facciotti, A.F. Holt, James Pilgrim, P.L. Lewin, R.C.D. Brown, G. Wilson and P. Jarman
Type: Article | 2015 | Item availability restricted.

Solid Phase Synthesis of [18-F]-2-Fluoro-2-Deoxy-D-Glucose: A Resin-Linker-Vector (RLV) approach - Lynda J. Brown, Imtiaz Khan, H.J. Wadsworth, Alexander Jackson, Nianchun Ma, Nicolas Millot, Sue Champion, Denis R. Bouvet, Alex M. Gibson and Richard C.D. Brown
Type: Book Section | 2015 | John Wiley & Sons Ltd. | Item not available on this server.

Intramolecular OH···fluorine hydrogen bonding in saturated, acyclic fluorohydrins: the γ-fluoropropanol motif - Bruno Linclau, Florent Peron, Elena Bogdan, Neil Wells, Zhong Wang, Guillaume Compain, Clement Q. Fontenelle, Nicolas Galland, Jean-Yves Le Questel and Jérôme Graton
Type: Article | 2015

A nuclear singlet lifetime of more than one hour in room-temperature solution - Gabriele Stevanato, Joseph T. Hill-Cousins, Pär Håkansson, Soumya Singha Roy, Lynda J. Brown, Richard C.D. Brown, Giuseppe Pileio and Malcolm H. Levitt
Type: Article | 2015

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