Inorganic Polymeric Nanocomposites and Membranes (Advances in Polymer Science) (Advances in Polymer Science)



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ContributionsO. Becker (Contributor), B. Boutevin (Contributor), F. Guida-Pietrasanta (Contributor), N. Hasegawa (Contributor), M. Klapper (Contributor), P.V. Kostoglodov (Contributor), D. Likhatchev (Contributor), K. Müllen (Contributor), M. Kato (Contributor), A.L. Rusanov (Contributor), G.P. Simon (Contributor), A. Usuki (Contributor)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages220
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Open LibraryOL9055444M
ISBN 103540253254
ISBN 109783540253259

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