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Lee and Dr. F. Dong for the F + HD reaction, to Dr. J. Zhou, Dr. J. Lin, and Mr. W. Shiu for the F + CHD3 and CH4 reactions, and to Dr. B. Zhang, Ms. S. Yan and Mr. -T. Wu for the Cl + CHD3 (v1 = 0, 1) reactions. Theoretical collaborations with Professors R. T. Skodje and D. M. Manolopoulos on the F + HD reaction are particularly stimulating and fruitful. I am also grateful to Professor Y. T. Lee for his continuing support and encouragement. This work was ﬁnancially supported by National Science Council of Taiwan, Academia Sinica, and the Air Force Ofﬁce of Scientiﬁc Research.
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