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A CONVENIENT METHOD FOR HETEROLYTIC CHLORINATION WITH SULFURYL CHLORIDE AND CATALYSTS FOR THE GENERATION AND RECYCLING OF CHLORINE.

L DEBUYCK and P ACCOU (1993) BULLETIN DES SOCIETES CHIMIQUES BELGES. 102(10). p.669-671
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BULLETIN DES SOCIETES CHIMIQUES BELGES
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102
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10
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669-671 pages
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0037-9646
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English
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yes
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197181
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  journal      = {BULLETIN DES SOCIETES CHIMIQUES BELGES},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {10},
  pages        = {669--671},
  title        = {A CONVENIENT METHOD FOR HETEROLYTIC CHLORINATION WITH SULFURYL CHLORIDE AND CATALYSTS FOR THE GENERATION AND RECYCLING OF CHLORINE.},
  volume       = {102},
  year         = {1993},
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Chicago
DEBUYCK, L, and P ACCOU. 1993. “A Convenient Method for Heterolytic Chlorination with Sulfuryl Chloride and Catalysts for the Generation and Recycling of Chlorine.” Bulletin Des Societes Chimiques Belges 102 (10): 669–671.
APA
DEBUYCK, L., & ACCOU, P. (1993). A CONVENIENT METHOD FOR HETEROLYTIC CHLORINATION WITH SULFURYL CHLORIDE AND CATALYSTS FOR THE GENERATION AND RECYCLING OF CHLORINE. BULLETIN DES SOCIETES CHIMIQUES BELGES, 102(10), 669–671.
Vancouver
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DEBUYCK L, ACCOU P. A CONVENIENT METHOD FOR HETEROLYTIC CHLORINATION WITH SULFURYL CHLORIDE AND CATALYSTS FOR THE GENERATION AND RECYCLING OF CHLORINE. BULLETIN DES SOCIETES CHIMIQUES BELGES. 1993;102(10):669–71.
MLA
DEBUYCK, L, and P ACCOU. “A Convenient Method for Heterolytic Chlorination with Sulfuryl Chloride and Catalysts for the Generation and Recycling of Chlorine.” BULLETIN DES SOCIETES CHIMIQUES BELGES 102.10 (1993): 669–671. Print.