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User Documentation for CVODES: An ODE Solver with Sensitivity Analysis Capabilities

  title={User Documentation for CVODES: An ODE Solver with Sensitivity Analysis Capabilities},
  author={Alan C. Hindmarsh and Radu Serban},
1,2-FUSED FIVE-MEMBERED OR SIX-MEMBERED 1,3-DINITROGEN-HETEROCYCLIC COMPOUNDS, USFUL AS ANTI-CORROSION AGENTS, HAVING THE FORMULA (I) wherein A is an optionally substituted, optionally polynuclear orth- or peri-arylene radical and B is an optionally substituted alkylene chain WHEREIN R1 and R2 individually represent hydrogen and/or optionally substituted aliphatic, cycloaliphatic, araliphatic or aromatic radicals and N REPRESENTS A NUMBER FROM 3 TO 6, OR B is an optionally substituted 1,8… 

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