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Carbohydrate steroid hybrid architectures: The viewpoint of amphiphilicity and self-organisation

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Carbohydrate steroid hybrid architectures : The viewpoint of amphiphilicity and self-organisation. / Yang, Zonglong; Xu, Rui; Chambert, Stéphane; Soulère, Laurent; Ahmar, Mohammed; MacKenzie, Grahame; Cowling, Stephen J.; Goodby, John W.; Queneau, Yves.

Carbohydrate Chemistry: Volume 42. ed. / Thisbe K. Lindhorst; Amelia Pilar Rauter; Yves Queneau. Royal Society of Chemistry, 2017. p. 274-312 (Carbohydrate Chemistry; Vol. 42).

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Harvard

Yang, Z, Xu, R, Chambert, S, Soulère, L, Ahmar, M, MacKenzie, G, Cowling, SJ, Goodby, JW & Queneau, Y 2017, Carbohydrate steroid hybrid architectures: The viewpoint of amphiphilicity and self-organisation. in TK Lindhorst, AP Rauter & Y Queneau (eds), Carbohydrate Chemistry: Volume 42. Carbohydrate Chemistry, vol. 42, Royal Society of Chemistry, pp. 274-312. https://doi.org/10.1039/9781782626657-00274

APA

Yang, Z., Xu, R., Chambert, S., Soulère, L., Ahmar, M., MacKenzie, G., Cowling, S. J., Goodby, J. W., & Queneau, Y. (2017). Carbohydrate steroid hybrid architectures: The viewpoint of amphiphilicity and self-organisation. In T. K. Lindhorst, A. P. Rauter, & Y. Queneau (Eds.), Carbohydrate Chemistry: Volume 42 (pp. 274-312). (Carbohydrate Chemistry; Vol. 42). Royal Society of Chemistry. https://doi.org/10.1039/9781782626657-00274

Vancouver

Yang Z, Xu R, Chambert S, Soulère L, Ahmar M, MacKenzie G et al. Carbohydrate steroid hybrid architectures: The viewpoint of amphiphilicity and self-organisation. In Lindhorst TK, Rauter AP, Queneau Y, editors, Carbohydrate Chemistry: Volume 42. Royal Society of Chemistry. 2017. p. 274-312. (Carbohydrate Chemistry). https://doi.org/10.1039/9781782626657-00274

Author

Yang, Zonglong ; Xu, Rui ; Chambert, Stéphane ; Soulère, Laurent ; Ahmar, Mohammed ; MacKenzie, Grahame ; Cowling, Stephen J. ; Goodby, John W. ; Queneau, Yves. / Carbohydrate steroid hybrid architectures : The viewpoint of amphiphilicity and self-organisation. Carbohydrate Chemistry: Volume 42. editor / Thisbe K. Lindhorst ; Amelia Pilar Rauter ; Yves Queneau. Royal Society of Chemistry, 2017. pp. 274-312 (Carbohydrate Chemistry).

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