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Nanoscience: Underlying Physical Concepts and Phenomena (2002)

Chapter: Entropically driven self-assembly of multichannel rosette nanotubes

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Suggested Citation:"Entropically driven self-assembly of multichannel rosette nanotubes." National Academy of Sciences. 2002. Nanoscience: Underlying Physical Concepts and Phenomena. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10422.
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