Functionalized materials for advanced technologies

Choudhary, R. B.
January 2006
Chemical Business;Jan2006, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p23
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the use of functionalized materials for advanced technologies. According to the article, the design, development and characterization of functionalized materials is one of the major area of research interests. A new area of research in functionalized materials involves the design and testing of novel synthetic ion receptors to develop a wide variety of potentiometric and optical ion-sensing devices.


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