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Microscopic Structure of Swollen Hydrogels by Scanning Electron and Light Microscopies: Artifacts and Reality
- Zhansaya Kaberova, E. Karpushkin, M. Nevoralová, M. Vetrik, M. Šlouf, M. Dušková-Smrčková
- Materials Science, EngineeringPolymers
- 1 March 2020
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