Prof. Dr. Frederic W. Patureau Atom Tunneling in Organic Transformations Angewandte Chemie International Edition 51
There and gone: Atoms, such as hydrogen or deuterium, commonly disappear and reappear at different locations in molecular structures. For example, carboxylic acids and hydroxycarbenes isomerize through atom tunneling events. It could happen in your reaction!
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