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Effects of Thickness and Grafting Density on the Activity of Polymer-Brush-Immobilized Tris(triazolyl) Copper(I) Catalysts

Bibliographic reference Fernandes, Antony E. ; Ye, Qian ; Collard, Laurent ; Le Duff, Cécile S. ; D'Haese, Cécile ; et. al. Effects of Thickness and Grafting Density on the Activity of Polymer-Brush-Immobilized Tris(triazolyl) Copper(I) Catalysts. In: ChemCatChem, Vol. 7, no.5, p. 856-864 (2015)
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