Literature Discussion Objects

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Title Author Type Level Createdsort ascending Favorited/ Adopted
Werner's Nobel Prize Address Maggie Geselbracht, Reed College Literature Discussion First year, Second year 4/2/2008 3 / 2
Lanthanum gallium bismuthide Maggie Geselbracht, Reed College Literature Discussion Upper Division 4/2/2008 0 / 0
Fluoro Analogue of Wilkinson's Catalyst Maggie Geselbracht, Reed College Literature Discussion Upper Division 4/2/2008 0 / 0
Zinc-Zinc Bonds Maggie Geselbracht, Reed College Literature Discussion Upper Division 3/28/2008 0 / 0
Literature Discussion: Synthesis, Structure, and Reactivity of a Stabilized Calcium Carbene: R2CCa Lori Watson, Earlham College Literature Discussion Upper Division 3/9/2008 0 / 0
Literature Discussion: "Analysis of an Unprecedented Mechanism for the Catalytic Hydrosilylation of Carbonyl Compounds" Lori Watson, Earlham College Literature Discussion Upper Division 3/9/2008 1 / 0
Tetrahedral Tellurate Maggie Geselbracht, Reed College Literature Discussion Second year 2/17/2008 0 / 0
The Lanthanide Contraction Maggie Geselbracht, Reed College Literature Discussion Second year 2/8/2008 4 / 0
Two Communications on Bioinorganic and Coordination Chemistry Hilary Eppley, DePauw University Literature Discussion Upper Division 1/4/2008 2 / 0
In Lewis' Own Words Nancy Scott Burke Williams, Scripps College, Pitzer College, Claremont McKenna College Literature Discussion First year, Second year, Upper Division 1/4/2008 7 / 1
Bercaw vs Bergman Adam R. Johnson, Harvey Mudd College Literature Discussion Upper Division 1/4/2008 2 / 0
How to Read an Inorganic Paper for Synthesis Information Hilary Eppley, DePauw University Literature Discussion Upper Division 11/17/2007 7 / 3
The N5+ Cation: Explosive Chemistry and Raman Analysis Maggie Geselbracht, Reed College Literature Discussion Upper Division 11/17/2007 7 / 4

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