Publisher Correction: Unravelling the structure of glycosyl cations via cold-ion infrared spectroscopy

Correction to: Nature Communications; published online 09 October 2018

The original version of this Article contained an error in Fig. 1, in which an oxygen atom was missing from the ‘Acetoxonium type’ structure. The correct version of Fig. 1 is:


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which replaces the previous incorrect version shown below as Fig. 2:


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Mucha, E., Marianski, M., Xu, F. et al. Publisher Correction: Unravelling the structure of glycosyl cations via cold-ion infrared spectroscopy. Nat Commun 9, 4767 (2018).

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