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Preparation of Porous Silica Materials via Sol-Gel Nanocasting of Nonionic Surfactants : A Mechanistic Study on the Self-Aggregation of Amphiphiles for the Precise Prediction of the Mesopore Size

Preparation of Porous Silica Materials via Sol-Gel Nanocasting of Nonionic Surfactants : A Mechanistic Study on the Self-Aggregation of Amphiphiles for the Precise Prediction of the Mesopore Size

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SMARSLY, Bernd, Sebastian POLARZ, Markus ANTONIETTI, 2001. Preparation of Porous Silica Materials via Sol-Gel Nanocasting of Nonionic Surfactants : A Mechanistic Study on the Self-Aggregation of Amphiphiles for the Precise Prediction of the Mesopore Size. In: Journal of Physical Chemistry : B. 105(43), pp. 10473-10483. ISSN 1520-6106. eISSN 1520-5207. Available under: doi: 10.1021/jp011905h

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