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Influence of Conducting Polymers Based on Carboxylated Polyaniline on In Vitro CaCO3 Crystallization

Influence of Conducting Polymers Based on Carboxylated Polyaniline on In Vitro CaCO3 Crystallization

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NEIRA-CARRILLO, Andronico, Diego F. ACEVEDO, Maria C. MIRAS, Cesar A. BARBERO, Denis GEBAUER, Helmut CÖLFEN, Jose L. ARIAS, 2008. Influence of Conducting Polymers Based on Carboxylated Polyaniline on In Vitro CaCO3 Crystallization. In: Langmuir. 24(21), pp. 12496-12507. ISSN 0743-7463. eISSN 1520-5827

@article{Neira-Carrillo2008-11-04Influ-17419, title={Influence of Conducting Polymers Based on Carboxylated Polyaniline on In Vitro CaCO3 Crystallization}, year={2008}, doi={10.1021/la802231s}, number={21}, volume={24}, issn={0743-7463}, journal={Langmuir}, pages={12496--12507}, author={Neira-Carrillo, Andronico and Acevedo, Diego F. and Miras, Maria C. and Barbero, Cesar A. and Gebauer, Denis and Cölfen, Helmut and Arias, Jose L.} }

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