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Marek Wiertel, Zbigniew Surowiec, Mieczysław Budzyński, Jan Sarzyński and Anatoly I. Beskrovnyi

, silicides, and phosphides of transition and noble metals. J. Less-Common Met. , 82 , 75–80. DOI: 10.1016/0022-5088(81)90200-9. 7. Wiertel, M., Surowiec, Z., Beskrovnyi, A. I., Sarzyński, J., & Budzyński, M. (2005). Determination of magnetic moments and hyperfine fields in ScFe 2 Laves phase compound. Annual Report Frank Laboratory of Neutron Physics . Dubna, Russian Federation: Joint Institute for Nuclear Research. Retrieved June 18, 2014 from: . 8. Yamada, H. (1988). Electronic structure and magnetic

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Katerina Makarova, Kinga Drązikowska, Beata Suska, Katarzyna Zawada and Iwona Wawer

). Phenyl N-tert-butyl nitrone forms nitric oxide as a result of its Fe(III)-catalyzed hydrolysis or hydroxyl radical adduct formation. Free Radic. Res. , 23 , 1–14. 13. Jerzykiewicz, M., Ćwieląg-Piasecka, I., Witwicki, M., & Jezierski, A. (2010). EPR spin trapping and DFT studies on structure of active antioxidants in biogycerol. Chem. Phys. Lett. , 497 , 135–141. 14. Ucun, F., & Aydın, S. G. (2014). Calculated optimized structures and hyperfine coupling constants of some radical adducts of α-phenyl-N-tert-butyl nitrone in water and benzene solutions. J