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Composition and rheology of polyamide-6 obtained by using bi- and tri-functional coupling agents.

Bibliographic reference Slot, J.J.M. ; Van Ruymbeke, Evelyne ; Steeman, P.A.M.. Composition and rheology of polyamide-6 obtained by using bi- and tri-functional coupling agents.. In: Chinese Journal of Polymer Science, Vol. 31, no.1, p. 58-70 (January 2013)
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