Hard X-ray spectroscopy: an exhaustive toolbox for mechanistic studies (?)

A. Schoch, L. Burkhardt, R. Schoch, K. Stührenberg, M. Bauer, Faraday Discussions (2019) 113–132.

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<p>The hard X-ray spectroscopy methods XAS, valence-to-core XES and higher solution XANES offer unique insights into organometallic reaction mechanisms.</p>
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Schoch A, Burkhardt L, Schoch R, Stührenberg K, Bauer M. Hard X-ray spectroscopy: an exhaustive toolbox for mechanistic studies (?). Faraday Discussions. 2019:113-132. doi:10.1039/c9fd00070d
Schoch, A., Burkhardt, L., Schoch, R., Stührenberg, K., & Bauer, M. (2019). Hard X-ray spectroscopy: an exhaustive toolbox for mechanistic studies (?). Faraday Discussions, 113–132. https://doi.org/10.1039/c9fd00070d
@article{Schoch_Burkhardt_Schoch_Stührenberg_Bauer_2019, title={Hard X-ray spectroscopy: an exhaustive toolbox for mechanistic studies (?)}, DOI={10.1039/c9fd00070d}, journal={Faraday Discussions}, author={Schoch, Anke and Burkhardt, Lukas and Schoch, Roland and Stührenberg, Kai and Bauer, Matthias}, year={2019}, pages={113–132} }
Schoch, Anke, Lukas Burkhardt, Roland Schoch, Kai Stührenberg, and Matthias Bauer. “Hard X-Ray Spectroscopy: An Exhaustive Toolbox for Mechanistic Studies (?).” Faraday Discussions, 2019, 113–32. https://doi.org/10.1039/c9fd00070d.
A. Schoch, L. Burkhardt, R. Schoch, K. Stührenberg, and M. Bauer, “Hard X-ray spectroscopy: an exhaustive toolbox for mechanistic studies (?),” Faraday Discussions, pp. 113–132, 2019.
Schoch, Anke, et al. “Hard X-Ray Spectroscopy: An Exhaustive Toolbox for Mechanistic Studies (?).” Faraday Discussions, 2019, pp. 113–32, doi:10.1039/c9fd00070d.

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