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Lysinephosphate hydrogen bonds and hydrogen-bonded chains with large proton polarizability in polylysinephosphate systems: ir investigations



Lysinephosphate hydrogen bonds and hydrogen-bonded chains with large proton polarizability in polylysinephosphate systems: ir investigations



Journal of Molecular Structure 145(1-2): 93-109




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DOI: 10.1016/0022-2860(86)87032-6


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