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School of Chemistry > Organic Chemistry, Synthesis, Catalysis" and Year is 2024

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Atomic-scale time-resolved imaging of krypton dimers, chains and transition to a one-dimensional gas - Ian Cardillo-Zallo, Johannes Biskupek, Sally Bloodworth, Elizabeth S. Marsden, Michael W. Fay, Quentin M. Ramasse, Graham A. Rance, Craig T. Stoppiello, William J. Cull, Benjamin L. Weare, Richard J. Whitby, Ute Kaiser, Paul D. Brown and Andrei N. Khlobystov
Type: Article | 2024

NMR spectroscopy of a 18O-labeled rhodium paddlewheel complex: isotope shifts, 103Rh-103Rh spin-spin coupling, and 103Rh singlet NMR - Harry Harbor-Collins, Mohamed Sabba, Christian Bengs, Gamal Moustafa, Markus Leutzsch and Malcolm H. Levitt
Type: Article | 2024

Molecular mechanisms and evolutionary robustness of a color switch in proteorhodopsins - Jiafei Mao, Xinsheng Jin, Man Shi, David Heidenreich, Lynda J. Brown, Richard C.D. Brown, Moreno Lelli, Xiao He and Clemens Glaubitz
Type: Article | 2024

Type: Review | 2024 | Item availability restricted.

Squeezing formaldehyde into C60 fullerene - Vijyesh K. Vyas, George R. Bacanu, Murari Soundararajan, Elizabeth S. Marsden, Tanzeeha Jafari, Anna Shugai, Mark E. Light, Urmas Nagel, Toomas Rõõm, Malcolm H. Levitt and Richard J. Whitby
Type: Article | 2024

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