The structure of cannabitriol

  title={The structure of cannabitriol},
  author={Wilfred R. Chan and Kenneth Magnus and H. A. Jun. Watson},
Cannabitriol, a constitutent ofCannabis sativa L., has been shown to have the structure (I). 
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