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Collision dynamics of proton to formic acid at 5eV: The formation and evolution of protonated HCOOH.(Report)

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Journal Title: Chemical Physics Letters Jan 29, 2013, Vol.556, p.256(4)
Main Author: Wang, Jing
Other Authors: Gao, Cong - Zhang , Zhang, Feng - Shou
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