Alcohol monolayers formed by linear and branched isomers at the air/water interface: Vibrational structure and thermodynamic behavior

Can, SZ
Mago, D
Esentürk, Okan
Walker, RA


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Citation Formats
S. Can, D. Mago, O. Esentürk, and R. Walker, “Alcohol monolayers formed by linear and branched isomers at the air/water interface: Vibrational structure and thermodynamic behavior,” 2005, vol. 230, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: