Trapping a diradical transition state by mechanochemical polymer extension

Amer Assoc Advancement Science
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Science, 2010, 329 (5995), pp. 1057 - 1060
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Transition state structures are central to the rates and outcomes of chemical reactions, but their fleeting existence often leaves their properties to be inferred rather than observed. By treating polybutadiene with a difluorocarbene source, we embedded
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