Simultaneous effect of nitrogen, trifluoromethyl and dimethyl amino group on the radical trapping capacity of diphenylamine: a quantum chemical study
Keywords:Radical trapping antioxidant, bond dissociation enthalpies, ionization energy, potential energy surface, DFT
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