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Plasma modified polymers for biomedical applications


, : Plasma modified polymers for biomedical applications. Migliaresi, C , Et Al (Ed ) Progress in Biomedical Engineering, Vol 5 Polymers in Medicine Iii; Third International Conference on Polymers in Medicine, Porto Cervo, Italy, June 9-13, 1987 Viii+247p Elsevier Science Publishers B V : Amsterdam, Netherlands; New York, New York, Usa Illus 43-50


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