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"On water" Wittig reaction laboratory experiment and the development of an "on water" catalytic Wittig reaction
A novel bifunctional catalyst for alkene isomerization: Development, scope and limitations, and applications in organic transformations
Bifunctional agent for MRI, PET and fluorescence imaging and study of nanoparticles formed from water oxidation catalysts
Catalytic water oxidation by molecular ruthenium complexes bearing multifunctional ligands
ChemLife: drug discovery tracking system
Design, synthesis, and mechanistic studies of Sansalvamide A derivatives as anti-cancer agents
Detrital zircon-garnet-hornblende provenance study of the middle to late Miocene Stevens Sandstone: Implications for evolution of the San Joaquin Basin, California
Exploratory research into atypical N-heterocyclic carbenes : synthesis, structure, and function
Feline infectious peritonitis : biochemistry of the fatal hyperimmune response to Feline Enteric Coronavirus
Gold And Copper Heteroarylphosphine Complexes And Their Reactivity
Ideal DNA Binding Site Spacing by NF-_B P50 Homodimer
Influence of diet and local oceanic conditions on California least tern reproduction
Petrology and tectonic implications of middle miocene Rosarito Beach formation of volcanic rocks, Baja California Mexico
Purification and kinetic characterization of soluble Sphingomyelinases C and D
Role of novel peptide, EP67, in controlling bacterial infection
Spatial, temporal, structural, petrographical and geochemical relations between the Harper Creek gneiss and the Oriflamme Canyon unit, CLMSZ, Peninsular Ranges, Southern California
Synthesis And Characterization Of Bifunctional Metal Complexes
Synthesis of bifunctional pincer metal complexes containing N-heterocyclic carbenes
Synthesis of extremely hindered imidazolylphosphine ligands for catalysis and fluorinated dendrimers for ¹⁹F MRI