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German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)
Disposition of Orally and Intravenously Administered Methyltetrahydrofuran in Rats and Mice
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Two Glass Transitions and Secondary Relaxations of Methyltetrahydrofuran in a Binary Mixture
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Wavelength-selective bleaching (``burning holes'') in the optical spectra of trapped electrons in organic glasses
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Time‐resolved observation of excitation hopping between two anthryl moieties attached to both ends of polystyrene chains
Horie, Kazuyuki; Ushiki, Hideharu; Ikeda, Tomiki
Temperature dependence of electron spin-lattice relaxation of methyl radicals in glassy organic matrices:Relation to environmental dynamics and radical decay
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Temperature and solvent dependence of vibrational relaxation of tri-iodide: A simulation study
Zhang, F. S.; Lynden-Bell, R. M.
Low-temperature photolysis of azidostyrylquinolines
Budyka, M.; Chapyshev, S.; Gavrishova, T.
Homogeneous vibrational dynamics and inhomogeneous broadening in glass‐forming liquids: Infrared photon echo experiments from room temperature to 10 K
Fayer, M. D.; Tokmakoff, A.
Heats of reaction of trapped intermediates in γ-irradiated organic glasses and relaxation processes in unirradiated glasses measured by low temperature differential thermal analysis
Willard, John E.; Hager, Stanley L.
Excess Enthalpies of Binary Mixtures of 1-Hexene with Some Ethers at 25°C
Wang, Zhaohui; Benson, George C.; Lu, Benjamin C.-Y.
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