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Title: Studies of Nanoparticle Marker Motion in Ultra Thin Polymer Films With X-ray Standing Waves
Authors: Aleta Lynn Hagman
Year: 2007
Abstract: Metal nanoparticles in polymeric matrices are of particular scientific interest due to theiruseful ability to self-assemble into complex nanocomposites. Recent examples involveusing ultrathin diblock copolymers coupled with metal nanoparticles in the fabricationof novel
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Title: Studies of Nanoparticle Marker Motion in Ultra Thin Polymer Films With X-ray Standing Waves
Authors: Aleta Lynn Hagman
Year: 2007
Abstract: Metal nanoparticles in polymeric matrices are of particular scientific interest due to theiruseful ability to self-assemble into complex nanocomposites. Recent examples involveusing ultrathin diblock copolymers coupled with metal nanoparticles in the fabricationof novel
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/237685
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Title: Studies of Nanoparticle Marker Motion in Ultra Thin Polymer Films With X-ray Standing Waves
Authors: Aleta Lynn Hagman
Year: 2007
Abstract: Metal nanoparticles in polymeric matrices are of particular scientific interest due to theiruseful ability to self-assemble into complex nanocomposites. Recent examples involveusing ultrathin diblock copolymers coupled with metal nanoparticles in the fabricationof novel
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/237685
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