One-Step Fabrication of Supramolecular Microcapsules from Microfluidic Droplets

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One-Step Fabrication of Supramolecular Microcapsules from
Microfluidic Droplets
Jing Zhang, et al.
Science 335, 690 (2012);
DOI: 10.1126/science.1215416

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