Marika K Kuspa

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Bridge-flipped' isomers may be defined as pairs of molecules related by a reversal of a bridge of atoms connecting two major parts of the individual molecules. This kind of isomerism is commonly found among benzylideneanilines and phenylhydrazones. Isostructural pairs might be suitable for co-crystallization and are thus useful in the preparation of new(More)
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