Multifunctional metal oxide based nanoobjects: spherical porous capsules/artificial cells and wheel-shaped species with unprecedented materials properties

Müller A, Roy S (2005)
JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY 15(44): 4673-4677.

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Spherical and wheel-shaped molybdenum oxide based nanosized clusters exhibit unprecedented materials properties, due to the large number of active sites/functionalities on their outer and innermost surfaces, especially with respect to specific interactions with their environment.
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JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY
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Müller A, Roy S. Multifunctional metal oxide based nanoobjects: spherical porous capsules/artificial cells and wheel-shaped species with unprecedented materials properties. JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY. 2005;15(44):4673-4677.
Müller, A., & Roy, S. (2005). Multifunctional metal oxide based nanoobjects: spherical porous capsules/artificial cells and wheel-shaped species with unprecedented materials properties. JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY, 15(44), 4673-4677. doi:10.1039/b503285g
Müller, A., and Roy, S. (2005). Multifunctional metal oxide based nanoobjects: spherical porous capsules/artificial cells and wheel-shaped species with unprecedented materials properties. JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY 15, 4673-4677.
Müller, A., & Roy, S., 2005. Multifunctional metal oxide based nanoobjects: spherical porous capsules/artificial cells and wheel-shaped species with unprecedented materials properties. JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY, 15(44), p 4673-4677.
A. Müller and S. Roy, “Multifunctional metal oxide based nanoobjects: spherical porous capsules/artificial cells and wheel-shaped species with unprecedented materials properties”, JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY, vol. 15, 2005, pp. 4673-4677.
Müller, A., Roy, S.: Multifunctional metal oxide based nanoobjects: spherical porous capsules/artificial cells and wheel-shaped species with unprecedented materials properties. JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY. 15, 4673-4677 (2005).
Müller, Achim, and Roy, S. “Multifunctional metal oxide based nanoobjects: spherical porous capsules/artificial cells and wheel-shaped species with unprecedented materials properties”. JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY 15.44 (2005): 4673-4677.