Facile In Situ Synthesis and Impregnation of Silver Nanoparticles in a Hydrophobic Polymer for Antimicrobial Biomaterials

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P. A. Tran et al., "Facile In Situ Synthesis and Impregnation of Silver Nanoparticles in a Hydrophobic Polymer for Antimicrobial Biomaterials", Advances in Science and Technology, Vol. 96, pp. 9-14, 2014

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