Theoretical study of the formation of C18H and C18H2 molecules by low energy irradiation with atomic and molecular hydrogen

  title={Theoretical study of the formation of C18H and C18H2 molecules by low energy irradiation with atomic and molecular hydrogen},
  author={F. J. Dom'inguez-Guti'errez and C. Mart'inez-Flores and Predrag S. Krstic and Remigio Cabrera-Trujillo and Udo von Toussaint},
  journal={arXiv: Chemical Physics},

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