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Pore-functionalized nanoporous materials derived from block copolymers

Bibliographic reference Gamys, Ce Guinto ; Schumers, Jean-Marc ; Mugemana, Clément ; Fustin, Charles-André ; Gohy, Jean-François. Pore-functionalized nanoporous materials derived from block copolymers. In: Macromolecular Rapid Communications, Vol. 34, no.12, p. 962-982 (2013)
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