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X-ray diffraction and gradient-assisted 2D H-1-Sn-119 HMQC NMR studies on the structure of condensation complexes of salicylaldoxime and dimethyltin(IV) oxide

(1996) ORGANOMETALLICS. 15(7). p.1920-1929
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WILLEM, R, A BOUHDID, F KAYSER, A DELMOTTE, M GIELEN, José Martins, M BIESEMANS, B MAHIEU, and ERT TIEKINK. 1996. “X-ray Diffraction and Gradient-assisted 2D H-1-Sn-119 HMQC NMR Studies on the Structure of Condensation Complexes of Salicylaldoxime and dimethyltin(IV) Oxide.” Organometallics 15 (7): 1920–1929.
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WILLEM, R., BOUHDID, A., KAYSER, F., DELMOTTE, A., GIELEN, M., Martins, J., BIESEMANS, M., et al. (1996). X-ray diffraction and gradient-assisted 2D H-1-Sn-119 HMQC NMR studies on the structure of condensation complexes of salicylaldoxime and dimethyltin(IV) oxide. ORGANOMETALLICS, 15(7), 1920–1929.
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WILLEM R, BOUHDID A, KAYSER F, DELMOTTE A, GIELEN M, Martins J, et al. X-ray diffraction and gradient-assisted 2D H-1-Sn-119 HMQC NMR studies on the structure of condensation complexes of salicylaldoxime and dimethyltin(IV) oxide. ORGANOMETALLICS. AMER CHEMICAL SOC; 1996;15(7):1920–9.
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WILLEM, R, A BOUHDID, F KAYSER, et al. “X-ray Diffraction and Gradient-assisted 2D H-1-Sn-119 HMQC NMR Studies on the Structure of Condensation Complexes of Salicylaldoxime and dimethyltin(IV) Oxide.” ORGANOMETALLICS 15.7 (1996): 1920–1929. Print.
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  author       = {WILLEM, R and BOUHDID, A and KAYSER, F and DELMOTTE, A and GIELEN, M and Martins, Jos{\'e} and BIESEMANS, M and MAHIEU, B and TIEKINK, ERT},
  issn         = {0276-7333},
  journal      = {ORGANOMETALLICS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {7},
  pages        = {1920--1929},
  publisher    = {AMER CHEMICAL SOC},
  title        = {X-ray diffraction and gradient-assisted 2D H-1-Sn-119 HMQC NMR studies on the structure of condensation complexes of salicylaldoxime and dimethyltin(IV) oxide},
  volume       = {15},
  year         = {1996},
}