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 January 11, 2018 
 Polymers 
 The latest polymers news from across the AZoNetwork 
 

Sub-Micron Infrared Microscopy of Advanced Polymer Materials

A new sub-micron infrared microscopy technique provides advanced characterisation of polymeric based packaging materials.

The new Mirage system breaks the diffraction limit for conventional IR spectroscopy and provides transmission quality IR spectra in reflection mode, eliminating costly sample preparation for many polymer samples.

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 Strategy for Synthesizing Low-Dimensional Polyion Complex Nanomaterials with Various Morphologies
 
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 Understanding Tangling in Polyelectrolyte Brushes
 
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 Testing Hydrogel Surface Properties of Contact Lenses
 
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