Biopolymer-Directed Magnetic Composites

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DEBUS, Christian, Maria SIGLREITMEIER, Helmut CÖLFEN, 2018. Biopolymer-Directed Magnetic Composites. In: MATSUNAGA, Tadashi, ed. and others. Biological Magnetic Materials and Applications. Singapore:Springer, pp. 175-199. ISBN 978-981-10-8068-5. Available under: doi: 10.1007/978-981-10-8069-2_8

@incollection{Debus2018Biopo-43333, title={Biopolymer-Directed Magnetic Composites}, year={2018}, doi={10.1007/978-981-10-8069-2_8}, isbn={978-981-10-8068-5}, address={Singapore}, publisher={Springer}, booktitle={Biological Magnetic Materials and Applications}, pages={175--199}, editor={Matsunaga, Tadashi}, author={Debus, Christian and Siglreitmeier, Maria and Cölfen, Helmut} }

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