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Assembly of Nanoparticles into “Colloidal Molecules” : Toward Complex and yet Defined Colloids with Exiting Perspectives

Assembly of Nanoparticles into “Colloidal Molecules” : Toward Complex and yet Defined Colloids with Exiting Perspectives

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PLÜISCH, Claudia Simone, Alexander WITTEMANN, 2016. Assembly of Nanoparticles into “Colloidal Molecules” : Toward Complex and yet Defined Colloids with Exiting Perspectives. In: RAHMAN, Mohammed Muzibur, ed., Abdullah Mohamed ASIRI, ed.. Advances in Colloid Science. Rijeka, Croatia:InTech, pp. 237-264. ISBN 978-953-51-2773-4

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