By Matthieu Piel and Manuel Théry (Eds.)
This new quantity of tools in cellphone Biology is the second one quantity describing micropatterning, complementing quantity 119. Chapters are written by means of specialists within the box and contain state-of-the-art material.
- Includes sections on micropatterning in second with photomask, maskless micropatterning and 2nd nanopatterning
- Chapters are written by way of specialists within the field
- Cutting-edge material
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