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Authors must accept the agreement below when submitting content for inclusion in the Berkeley Chemical Review
I grant the California Digital Library (hereafter called the "Organized Research Unit") on behalf of The Regents of the University of California (hereafter called "The Regents") the non-exclusive right to make content for eScholarship (hereafter called the "Work") available in any format in perpetuity.
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