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X-ray structure analysis of a nickel-petroporphyrin confirms hypothesis of treibs

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Habermehl, G.G., Springer, G. & Frank, M.H. X-ray structure analysis of a nickel-petroporphyrin confirms hypothesis of treibs. Naturwissenschaften 71, 261–263 (1984). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00441337

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