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Constitutions of Dinitrogen Tetroxide and Trioxide

Nature volume 159, pages 743744 (31 May 1947) | Download Citation

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THE structure of dinitrogen tetroxide has recently been much discussed, but no clear conclusion has been reached. The structure of dinitrogen trioxide has less often been explicitly considered, but it, too, has remained uncertain.

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  1. Sir William Ramsay and Ralph Forster Laboratories, University College, London, W.C.1. March 28.

    • C. K. INGOLD
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