Evolution of Structure in a Comb Copolymer–Surfactant Coacervate

@article{Fanova2019EvolutionOS,
  title={Evolution of Structure in a Comb Copolymer–Surfactant Coacervate},
  author={Anastasiia Fanova and Miroslav Janata and Sergey K. Filippov and Miroslav {\vS}louf and Milo{\vs} Netopil{\'i}k and Alessandro Mariani and Miroslav {\vS}těp{\'a}nek},
  journal={Macromolecules},
  year={2019}
}
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