Application of the Density Variation Methodon Calciumcarbonate Nanoparticles


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CÖLFEN, Helmut, Antje VÖLKEL, 2006. Application of the Density Variation Methodon Calciumcarbonate Nanoparticles. In: WANDREY, Christine, ed., Helmut CÖLFEN, ed.. Analytical Ultracentrifugation VIII. Berlin/Heidelberg:Springer-Verlag, pp. 126-128. ISBN 3-540-29615-8. Available under: doi: 10.1007/2882_012

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