Incorporation of carbon nanotubes into a lyotropic liquid crystal by phase separation in the presence of a hydrophilic polymer.
Xin, Xia; Li, Hongguang; Wieczorek, Stefan A; Szymborski, Tomasz; Kalwarczyk, Ewelina; Ziebacz, Natalia; Gorecka, Ewa; Pociecha, Damian; Holyst, Robert.
; 26(5): 3562-8, 2010 Mar 02.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-19725563
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