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The Magnitude of Hyperconjugation in Ethane: A Perspective From Ab Initio Valence Bond Theory

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The Magnitude of Hyperconjugation in Ethane: A Perspective From Ab Initio Valence Bond Theory

Yirong Mo et al. Angew Chem Int Ed Engl.

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