First-principles theory for the H+CH4 -> H2+CH3 reaction

Wu T, Werner HJ, Manthe U (2004)
Science 306(5705): 2227-2229.

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Wu T, Werner HJ, Manthe U. First-principles theory for the H+CH4 -> H2+CH3 reaction. Science. 2004;306(5705):2227-2229.
Wu, T., Werner, H. J., & Manthe, U. (2004). First-principles theory for the H+CH4 -> H2+CH3 reaction. Science, 306(5705), 2227-2229. doi:10.1126/science.1104085
Wu, T., Werner, H. J., and Manthe, U. (2004). First-principles theory for the H+CH4 -> H2+CH3 reaction. Science 306, 2227-2229.
Wu, T., Werner, H.J., & Manthe, U., 2004. First-principles theory for the H+CH4 -> H2+CH3 reaction. Science, 306(5705), p 2227-2229.
T. Wu, H.J. Werner, and U. Manthe, “First-principles theory for the H+CH4 -> H2+CH3 reaction”, Science, vol. 306, 2004, pp. 2227-2229.
Wu, T., Werner, H.J., Manthe, U.: First-principles theory for the H+CH4 -> H2+CH3 reaction. Science. 306, 2227-2229 (2004).
Wu, T, Werner, HJ, and Manthe, Uwe. “First-principles theory for the H+CH4 -> H2+CH3 reaction”. Science 306.5705 (2004): 2227-2229.

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