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Racemic Naproxen: A Multidisciplinary Structural and Thermodynamic Comparison with the Enantiopure Form

Braun, D. E. and Ardid-Candel, M. and DOria, E. and Karamertzanis, P. G. and Arlin, J. B. and Florence, A. J. and Jones, A. G. and Price, S. L. (2011) Racemic Naproxen: A Multidisciplinary Structural and Thermodynamic Comparison with the Enantiopure Form. Crystal Growth and Design, 11. pp. 5659-5669. ISSN 1528-7483

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