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    1.      《有机合成》(上下册) 黄宪  高等教育出版社。
    2.      《高等有机化学》(上下册) 夏炽中 王积涛译  人民教育出版社。
    3.      Advanced Inorganic Chemistry (Wiley-Interscience, New York. 6th Ed., 1999) F. A. Cotton, G. Wilkinson, C. A. Murillo, M. Bochmann.
    4.      《生物无机化学原理》,杨频,高飞编著,科学出版社, 北京(2002)。
    5.      《荧光分析法》(第三版),许金钩,王尊本主编,科学出版社出版。
    6.      《超分子化学-合成受体的分子识别与组装》,刘育,尤长城,张衡益编著,南开大学出版社出版。
    7.      《催化作用基础》,甄开吉,王国甲,毕颖丽著,科学出版社。
    8.      《固体催化剂实用研究方法》,刘维桥, 孙桂大著,中国石化出版社。
    9.      《中华人民共和国药典》(一、二、三部),2005年版 国家药典委员会编 化学工业出版社。
    10.   《中药大辞典》(上、下册),第二版,南京中医药大学编著 上海科学技术出版社。
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    5. Sanzhong Luo, Jiuyuan Li, Hui Xu, Long Zhang, and Jin-Pei Cheng, Chiral Amine-Polyoxometalate Hybrids as Highly Efficient and Recoverable Asymmetric Enamine Catalysts, Org. Lett. 2007, 9, 3675.
    6. Xiao-Ying Xu, Yan-Zhao Wang, and Liu-Zhu Gong, Design of Organocatalysts for
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    13. Xin Cui, Yuan Zhou, Na Wang, Lei Liu and Qing-Xiang Guo, N-Phenylurea as an inexpensive and efficient ligand for Pd-catalyzed Heck and room-temperature Suzuki reactions, TL, 2007, 48, 163.
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    15. Satoko Kezuka, Taketo Ikeno, and Tohru Yamada, Optically Active â-Ketoiminato Cationic Cobalt(III) Complexes: Efficient Catalysts for Enantioselective Carbonyl-Ene Reaction of Glyoxal Derivatives, Org. Lett. 2001, 3, 1937.
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    22. Xiang-feng Guo, Xu-hong Qian, and Li-hua Jia. A Highly Selective and Sensitive Fluorescent Chemosensor for Hg2+ in Neutral Buffer Aqueous Solution.  J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2004, 126: 2272-2273.
    23. Yu Wang, Jian-Jun Wu, Yu-Feng Wang, Li-Pin Qin, Wei-Jun Jin.  Selective Sensing of Cu () at ng ml-1 level Based on Phosphorescence Quenching of 1-Bromo-2-methylnaphthalene Sandwiched in Sodium Deoxycholate Dimer. Chem. Commun. 2005, 1090-1091.
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