Experimental and theoretical characterization of the oxygen-coordinated donor-acceptor adducts of COCl2, COClF, and COF2 with AsF5 and SbF5

Hoge B, Boatz JA, Hegge J, Christe KO (1999)
INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 38(13): 3143-3149.

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Hoge B, Boatz JA, Hegge J, Christe KO. Experimental and theoretical characterization of the oxygen-coordinated donor-acceptor adducts of COCl2, COClF, and COF2 with AsF5 and SbF5. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY. 1999;38(13):3143-3149.
Hoge, B., Boatz, J. A., Hegge, J., & Christe, K. O. (1999). Experimental and theoretical characterization of the oxygen-coordinated donor-acceptor adducts of COCl2, COClF, and COF2 with AsF5 and SbF5. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY, 38(13), 3143-3149. doi:10.1021/ic990157w
Hoge, B., Boatz, J. A., Hegge, J., and Christe, K. O. (1999). Experimental and theoretical characterization of the oxygen-coordinated donor-acceptor adducts of COCl2, COClF, and COF2 with AsF5 and SbF5. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 38, 3143-3149.
Hoge, B., et al., 1999. Experimental and theoretical characterization of the oxygen-coordinated donor-acceptor adducts of COCl2, COClF, and COF2 with AsF5 and SbF5. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY, 38(13), p 3143-3149.
B. Hoge, et al., “Experimental and theoretical characterization of the oxygen-coordinated donor-acceptor adducts of COCl2, COClF, and COF2 with AsF5 and SbF5”, INORGANIC CHEMISTRY, vol. 38, 1999, pp. 3143-3149.
Hoge, B., Boatz, J.A., Hegge, J., Christe, K.O.: Experimental and theoretical characterization of the oxygen-coordinated donor-acceptor adducts of COCl2, COClF, and COF2 with AsF5 and SbF5. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY. 38, 3143-3149 (1999).
Hoge, Berthold, Boatz, JA, Hegge, J, and Christe, KO. “Experimental and theoretical characterization of the oxygen-coordinated donor-acceptor adducts of COCl2, COClF, and COF2 with AsF5 and SbF5”. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 38.13 (1999): 3143-3149.