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|Title||:||Science of Synthesis: Houben-Weyl Methods of Molecular Transformations Vol. 8a|
|Author||:||Daniel Bellus, Lambert Brandsma, Drury Caine, Karl Dieter, Tony Durst, Jason Eames, Rick Friesen, Robert Gawley, James Richard Green, Gordon W. Gribble, Stephen MacNeil, Marek Majewski, Costa Metallinos, Carmen Najera Domingo, Noboru Ono, James Norman Reed, Claudio Sturino, Barry M. Trost, Ulrich Wietelmann, Miguel Yus Astiz, Jan Zwikker|
|Publisher||:||Georg Thieme Verlag - 2014-05-14|