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New & Forthcoming Titles | Topics in Current Chemistry

Topics in Current Chemistry

Topics in Current Chemistry

Series Editors: Bayley, H., Houk, K.N., Hughes, G., Hunter, C.A., Ishihara, K., Krische, M.J., Lehn, J.-M., Luque, R., Olivucci, M., Siegel, J.S., Thiem, J., Venturi, M., Wong, C.-H., Wong, H.N.C., You, S.-L., Yam, V.W.-W., Yan, C.

Up to Vol. 16 with the title: Fortschritte der chemischen Forschung

ISSN: 0340-1022

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