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The Synthesis of Large Molecules*

Naturevolume 140pages811 (1937) | Download Citation



NORMAL molecules with which the organic chemist has been concerned for many years, and which have led to an enormous number of interesting and important chemical combinations with valuable properties, have molecular weights between 50 and 2,000. Only a very few of them are smaller and few are larger, but even then they do not exceed these limits by a considerable amount.

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