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Stable fracture

stable fracture

A fracture that does not tend to displace once it has been reduced and immobilised.


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... Philadelphia, PA 19104, discher@seas.upenn.edu Abstract Giant and stable worm-like micelles formed in water from a suitably-proportioned series ... their morphology adopted in a biological relevant environment. Freeze-fracture electron microscopy is not only a powerful technique to characterize ...

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