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In book: Trends in Colloid and Interface Science VI, p. 27-131. Thus, the proposed stability increase induced by this kind of polymers in drug delivery systems is not related with a modulation of the membrane thermodynamic properties but to other biochemical factors. Sorbonne University, Faculty of Science and Engineering-Paris 6 & University of Paris - Paris 7. S. Soléau.

Polymer Science" serves as a supplementary series to the journal "Colloid & Polymer Science". As such, it responds to a demand which has lost none of its actuality as revealed in the trends of contemporary materials science.

Progress in Colloid and Polymer Science" serves as a supplementary series to the journal "Colloid & Polymer Science". It publishes topic-related volumes in the area of colloid and polymer science and its interdisciplinary interactions.

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Dispersed Systems pp 15-25 Cite as. The α -law in colloid and polymer science. Authors and affiliations. Part of the Progress in Colloid & Polymer Science book series (PROGCOLLOID, volume 77). Key words. -law bearing netplanes catalysts equilibrium state free enthalpy microparacrystals radial potential tangential potential. Alexander LE (1969) X-ray diffraction methods in polymer science, Chapt. Wiley-Interscience, New YorkGoogle Scholar.

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