Microfluidic synthesis of elastomeric microparticles: A case study in catalysis of palladium‐mediated cross‐coupling
AIChE Journal, February 2018
Jeffrey A. Bennett, Andrew J. Kristof, Vishal Vasudevan, Jan Genzer, Jiri Srogl, Milad Abolhasani
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|Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology||1||3%|
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