Biomimetische Hydroxylierungen nichtaktivierter CH2‐Gruppen mit Kupferkomplexen und molekularem Sauerstoff

@article{Schnecker2003BiomimetischeHN,
  title={Biomimetische Hydroxylierungen nichtaktivierter CH2‐Gruppen mit Kupferkomplexen und molekularem Sauerstoff},
  author={Bruno Sch{\"o}necker and Tatjana Zheldakova and Yong Liu and Manuela K{\"o}tteritzsch and Wolfgang G{\"u}nther and Helmar G{\"o}rls},
  journal={Angewandte Chemie},
  year={2003},
  volume={115},
  pages={3361-3365}
}
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