Coordination Polymerization in Water Affording Amorphous Polyethylenes

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HELD, Anke, Stefan MECKING, 2000. Coordination Polymerization in Water Affording Amorphous Polyethylenes. In: Chemistry: A European Journal. 6(24), pp. 4623-4629

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