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General discussion

Titmuss, [No Value] and Mao, Kai and Reinhoudt, [No Value] and Ulijn, [No Value] and Matile, [No Value] and Aufderhorst-Roberts, [No Value] and Ikkala, [No Value] and Huskens, [No Value] and Sen, Satadru and Whitesides, [No Value] and Colquhoun, Gary and Faul, [No Value] and Woolfson, Richard and Fery, [No Value] and Sporer, [No Value] and Chau, C. and Hu, Zushu and Channon, [No Value] and Carew, Jennifer S and Munz, W.D. and Hayes, Gillian and Harries, Stefan and Shaffer, B.W. and Steinke, D.T. and Ahangar, [No Value] and Burattini, [No Value] and Pinol, [No Value] and Ulijn, Rein (2009) General discussion. Faraday Discussions, 143. pp. 359-372. ISSN 1364-5498

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Publication of a general discussion as part of the soft nanotechnology issue