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Bolaform surfactants with polyoxometalate head groups and their assembly into ultra-small monolayer membrane vesicles

Bolaform surfactants with polyoxometalate head groups and their assembly into ultra-small monolayer membrane vesicles

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LANDSMANN, Steve, Martin LUKA, Sebastian POLARZ, 2012. Bolaform surfactants with polyoxometalate head groups and their assembly into ultra-small monolayer membrane vesicles. In: Nature Communications. 3, 1299. eISSN 2041-1723

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