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Electrooxidation in organic chemistry the role of cation radicals as synthetic intermediates by Kunihisa Yoshida

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  • Electrochemistry.,
  • Oxidation.,
  • Chemistry, Organic.

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StatementKunihisa Yoshida.
LC ClassificationsQD273
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Paginationp. cm
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Open LibraryOL22643533M
ISBN 10047188524X

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