Fluorine Compounds in Nature; The Distribution of Carbon-Fluorine Compounds in Some Species of Dichapetalum

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PETERS, R., HALL, R. Fluorine Compounds in Nature; The Distribution of Carbon-Fluorine Compounds in Some Species of Dichapetalum . Nature 187, 573–575 (1960) doi:10.1038/187573a0

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