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BAKOS, J ; OROSZ, A ; HEIL, B ; LAGHMARI, M ; LHOSTE, P ; SINOU, D
JOURNAL OF THE CHEMICAL SOCIETY-CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS : 23 pp. 1684-1685. , 2 p. (1991)
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