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Theoretical Study for the Molecular Structures and Spectroscopic Properties of Various C7H7+ Isomers and Transition States Between Them
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 Title & Authors
Theoretical Study for the Molecular Structures and Spectroscopic Properties of Various C7H7+ Isomers and Transition States Between Them
Shin, Chang-Ho; Kim, Seung-Joon;
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 Keywords
Tolyl;Benzyl;Tropylium;Ab initio;CCSD Calculation;
 Language
Korean
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