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Title: Solvolysis of (Z)-5-trimethylstannyl 2-adamantyl p-bromobenzenesulfonate: Mechanistic implications of a record-breaking secondary a-deuterium kinetic isotope effect for an SN1 substrate
Authors: Taylor, D K
Vercoe, D Q
Trout, Neil Alan
Adcock, William
Shiner, V J
Sorensen, T S
Issue Date: 2003
Citation: Adcock, W., Trout, N.A., Vercoe, D.Q., Taylor, D.K., Shiner, V.J., & Sorensen, T.S., 2003. Solvolysis of (Z)-5-trimethylstannyl 2-adamantyl p-bromobenzenesulfonate: Mechanistic implications of a record-breaking secondary a-deuterium kinetic isotope effect for an SN1 substrate. Journal of Organic Chemistry, 68(13), 5399-5402.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/8725
ISSN: 0022-3263
Appears in Collections:0305 - Organic Chemistry

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