By J.Y. Chang, D.Y. Godovsky, M.J. Han, C.M. Hassan, J. Kim, B. Lee, Y. Lee, N.A. Peppas, R.P. Quirk, T. Yoo
Provides current and destiny traits in polymer technological know-how, with a set of papers contributed by way of researchers within the biopolymers, PVA hydrogels, anionic polymerisation, and nanocomposites.
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