Kitosan Biyopolimerleriyle Çapraz Bağlanmış Yüksek Elastanlı Poliamid 66 Basınçlı Giysilerin Termofizyolojik Konfor Özelliklerinin Analizleri

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Yıl :2017 (Cilt:24)
Sayı :107
Yazarlar :Nilüfer Yıldız VARAN
DOI: 10.7216/1300759920172410707
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