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On the Binding Mechanisms of Calcium Ions to Polycarboxylates: Effects of Molecular Weight, Side Chain, and Backbone Chemistry

On the Binding Mechanisms of Calcium Ions to Polycarboxylates: Effects of Molecular Weight, Side Chain, and Backbone Chemistry

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GINDELE, Maxim Benjamin, Krzysztof K. MALASZUK, Christine PETER, Denis GEBAUER, 2022. On the Binding Mechanisms of Calcium Ions to Polycarboxylates: Effects of Molecular Weight, Side Chain, and Backbone Chemistry. In: Langmuir. American Chemical Society (ACS). 38(47). ISSN 0743-7463. eISSN 1520-5827. Available under: doi: 10.1021/acs.langmuir.2c01662

@article{Gindele2022-11-29Bindi-59177, title={On the Binding Mechanisms of Calcium Ions to Polycarboxylates: Effects of Molecular Weight, Side Chain, and Backbone Chemistry}, year={2022}, doi={10.1021/acs.langmuir.2c01662}, number={47}, volume={38}, issn={0743-7463}, journal={Langmuir}, author={Gindele, Maxim Benjamin and Malaszuk, Krzysztof K. and Peter, Christine and Gebauer, Denis} }

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