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Nanomaterials: A Membrane-Based Synthetic Approach
  • C. R. Martin
  • Chemistry, Materials Science
  • 23 December 1994
A relatively new method for preparing nanomaterials, membrane-based synthesis, is reviewed, which entails synthesis of the desired material within the pores of a nanoporous membrane.
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