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By Galina H., Ikada Y., Kato K.

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Provides four articles discussing subject matters, so as of visual appeal; floor amendment of Polymers by means of Grafting, section constitution of Polyethylene & different crystalline polymers by means of solid-state 13C NMR, Laser gentle scattering characterization of designated intractable macromolecules in answer, & meanfield kinetic modeling of polymerization.

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