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Ionically Cross-Linked Triblock Copolymer Hydrogels With High Strength
Kevin J. Henderson, Tian C Zhou, K. Otim, K. Shull
Published 2010 · Materials Science
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High strength hydrogels were made by ionically cross-linking the polyelectrolyte midblock of a self-assembled, amphiphilic triblock copolymer network. The polymer backbone consisted of glassy, sphe...
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