Congratulations to Dean Harmon, Brooks Pate, et al for their publication in Nature showcasing Harmon’s selective deuteration process, measured by MRR.
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“Direct regioisomer analysis of crude reaction mixtures via molecular rotational resonance (MRR) spectroscopy”
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