Monolayers of a novel ionoselective butadienyl dye.

  title={Monolayers of a novel ionoselective butadienyl dye.},
  author={T. I. Sergeeva and Sergei Yu. Zaitsev and Marina S. Tsarkova and Sergey P. Gromov and Artem I. Vedernikov and M. S. Kapichnikova and Michael V. Alfimov and Tamara S Druzhinina and Dietmar M{\"o}bius},
  journal={Journal of colloid and interface science},
  volume={265 1},

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