Structure of colloid polymer suspensions


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FUCHS, Matthias, Kenneth S. SCHWEIZER, 2002. Structure of colloid polymer suspensions. In: Journal of Physics / Condensed Matter. 14(12), pp. R239-R269

@article{Fuchs2002Struc-9006, title={Structure of colloid polymer suspensions}, year={2002}, doi={10.1088/0953-8984/14/12/201}, number={12}, volume={14}, journal={Journal of Physics / Condensed Matter}, pages={R239--R269}, author={Fuchs, Matthias and Schweizer, Kenneth S.} }

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