Grain size control in polycrystalline colloidal solids

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PALBERG, Thomas, Wolfgang MÖNCH, Jürgen SCHWARZ, Paul LEIDERER, 1995. Grain size control in polycrystalline colloidal solids. In: Journal of Chemical Physics. 102(12), pp. 5082-5087. Available under: doi: 10.1063/1.469558

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