By Olavi Siiman (auth.), Egon Matijevic (eds.)
This quantity collects chapters facing major subject matters in colloids and surfaces appropriate to scientific functions. The publication could be of curiosity to scientists and practitioners in components as varied as clinical diagnostics, drug formulations, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy of biomaterials, and particle delivery in human airways.
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Medical Applications of Colloids by Olavi Siiman (auth.), Egon Matijevic (eds.)