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Activation energy for a 1, 2-hydrogen shift in (phenoxymethyl) chlorocarbene

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Topics: TERT-BUTYLCHLOROCARBENE--MIGRATION--BENZYLCHLOROCARBENE--ALKYLCHLOROCARBENES--KINETICS--ALKENES--RATES--Chemistry, Organic
Publisher: 'American Chemical Society (ACS)'
DOI identifier: 10.1021/jo00020a043
OAI identifier: oai:islandscholar.ca:ir_ir-batch6-1412
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