Additive manufacturing of ceramics from preceramic polymers: A versatile stereolithographic approach assisted by thiol-ene click chemistry

  title={Additive manufacturing of ceramics from preceramic polymers: A versatile stereolithographic approach assisted by thiol-ene click chemistry},
  author={Xifan Wang and Franziska Schmidt and Dorian A. H. Hanaor and Paul Hans Kamm and Shuang Li and Aleksander Gurlo},
  journal={Additive Manufacturing},

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