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1998Unusual collision-induced fragmentations of deprotonated methoxybenzyl formates in the gas phase. 1,2-Wittig rearrangements, cross-ring nucleophilic substitution and ortho effectsTaylor, M.; Dua, S.; Bowie, J.
1997The Gas Phase Payne Rearrangement. Part 2. The Effect of Methyl SubstitutionDua, S.; Bowie, J.; Taylor, M.; Buntine, M.
1999Gas phase and condensed phase SNi reactions. The competitive six and seven centre cyclisations of the 5,6-epoxyhexoxide anion. A joint experimental and ab initio study. A comparison with SNi reactions of homologous epoxyalkoxide anionsHevko, J.; Dua, S.; Bowie, J.; Taylor, M.
1997The degenerate Payne rearrangement of the 2,3-epoxypropoxide anion in the gas phase. A joint theoretical and experimental studyDua, S.; Taylor, M.; Buntine, M.; Bowie, J.
1998The collision induced loss of carbon monoxide from deprotonated benzyl benzoate in the gas phase. An anionin 1,2-Wittig type rearrangement.Chia, C.; Taylor, M.; Dua, S.; Blanksby, S.; Bowie, J.
1998Comparison of gas phase and condensed phase SNi reactions. The competitive four- and five- centre cyclisations of the 3,4-epoxy-butoxide anion. A joint experimental and theoretical studyHevko, J.; Dua, S.; Taylor, M.; Bowie, J.
1999Gas phase and condensed phase SNi reactions. The competitive five and six centre cyclisations of the 4,5-epoxypentoxide anion. A joint experimental and theoretical studyHevko, J.; Dua, S.; Taylor, M.; Bowie, J.
1999The gas phase 1,2-Wittig rearrangement is an anion reaction. A joint experimental and theoretical studySheldon, J.; Taylor, M.; Bowie, J.; Dua, S.; Chia, B.; Eichinger, P.
1997Competitive charge-remote and anion-induced fragmentations of thenon-8-enoate anion. A charge-remote reaction which co-occurs withhydrogen scramblingDua, S.; Bowie, J.; Cerda, B.; Wesdemiotis, C.; Raftery, M.; Kelly, J.; Taylor, M.; Blanksby, S.; Buntine, M.