Expanding the Chemical Space for Push–Pull Chromophores: Homo-conjugated and Spiro Systems

Dengiz, Çağatay
Kato, Shin-ichiro
Schweizer, W. Bernd
Diederich, Francois


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Citation Formats
Ç. Dengiz, S.-i. Kato, W. B. Schweizer, and F. Diederich, “Expanding the Chemical Space for Push–Pull Chromophores: Homo-conjugated and Spiro Systems,” presented at the Swiss Chemical Society Fall Meeting 2013, 2013, Accessed: 00, 2022. [Online]. Available: https://chimia.ch/chimia/issue/view/2013_07_08.