Ulrich Handge of the Helmholz Centre Geesthacht reviews the new book Rheology of Dispersions: Principles and Applications by Tharwat F. Tadros.
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Prof. Sergiy Minko of Clarkson University reviews the new Handbook of Stimuli-Responsive Materials.
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Brazilian scientists have studied the water absorption in unsaturated polyester composites reinforced with macambira fiber.
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MaterialsViews talks to Michael Silverstein about his research, his inspiration, and his new book, Porous Polymers.
In situ crosslinked and n-doped semiconducting polymers are efficient electron-transporting materials in inverted polymer solar cells.