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Elwahy, Ahmed H. M. and Hafner, K. (2000):
Metal mediated cyclooligomerization of mono- and diazulenylethynes.
In: Tetrahedron letters, pp. 2859-2862, 41, [Article]

Nakatsuji, Shin'ichi and Mizumoto, M. and Takai, A. and Akutsu, H. and Yamada, J.-I. and Kawamura, H. and Schmitt, S. and Hafner, K. (2000):
Novel CT complexes derived from 4-alkylamino-TEMPO and 2,4,6,8-tetracyanoazulene.
In: Molecular crystals and liquid crystals, pp. 1-6, 348, [Article]

Fabian, Kai H. H. and Elwahy, A. H. M. and Hafner, K. (2000):
Syntheses of mono-, di- and triethynylazulenes.
In: Tetrahedron letters, pp. 2855-2858, 41, [Article]

Schmack, Winfried and Nakazawa, T. and Hafner, K. (2000):
Synthesis and reactions of pentafulvenyl-tropones and tropothiones.
In: Tetrahedron letters, pp. 8255-8258, 41, [Article]

Elwahy, Ahmed H. M. and Hafner, K. (2000):
Synthesis of novel benzene bridged polyalkynylazulenes.
In: Terahedron letters, pp. 4079-4083, 41, [Article]

Grimm, Felix W. and Hafner, K. (2000):
Synthesis, properties and optical resolution of rac-[n](1,6)heptalenophanes.
In: Tetrahedron, pp. 4239-4247, 56, [Article]

Nendel, Maja and Goldfuss, B. and Houk, K. N. and Hafner, K. and Grieser, U. (1999):
Bis-periazulene: a simple Kekulé biradical with a triplet ground state.
In: Theoretical chemistry accounts, pp. 397-400, 102, [Article]

Nendel, Maja and Goldfuss, B. and Beno, B. and Houk, K. N. and Hafner, K. and Lindner, H. J. (1999):
Theoretical studies of novel aromatic molecules and transition states.
In: Pure and applied chemistry, pp. 221-229, 71, [Article]

Nendel, Maja and Goldfuss, B. and Houk, K. N. and Hafner, K. (1999):
s-Indacene, a quasi-delocalized molecule with mixed aromatic and anti-aromatic character.
In: Journal of molecular structure (Theochem), pp. 23-28, 461-46, [Article]

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