Development and testing of a 3D-printable polylactic acid device to optimize a water bioremediation process
AMB Express, August 2020
Patricia Laura Marconi, Andrea Trentini, Myriam Zawoznik, Carlos Nadra, Juan Manuel Mercadé, Juan Gabriel Sánchez Novoa, Daniel Orozco, María Daniela Groppa
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