By Bruno Pignataro
This e-book comprises the contributions of chosen younger chemists from the sector of nanotechnology and fabric sciences. The contributions
are grouped below the subsequent umbrella topics:
This quantity is an crucial learn for all fabrics scientists, natural, and inorganic chemists, Ph.D. scholars in chemistry and
fabric sciences attracted to seeing what tomorrow's chemistry will glance like.
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