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Effect Of The Type Of Hydrophobic Polymers On The Size Of Nanoparticles Obtained By Emulsification–solvent Evaporation

Yulia V. Chernysheva, V. Babak, N. Kildeeva, Franck Boury, J. Benoit, N. Ubrich, P. Maincent
Published 2003 · Chemistry

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The effect of the molecular structure of hydrophobic polymers on their interfacial activity at the methylene chloride–water interface, as well as on the emulsifying ability and the size of nanoparticles obtained by emulsification-solvent evaporation, has been studied.
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