New Lossen Rearrangement Precursors. the Relative Rates of Rearrangement of Nitrophenylbenzhydroxamates in Aqueous Base

J. S. Swenson, A. M. Davis, R. A. Deyo, B. W. Graham, E. P. Jahn, J. D. Mattice

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