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  • n. Plural form of oxetane.


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  • It's particularly handy that the compound is easy to make and uses well-known and readily available materials, namely organic compounds called oxetanes, and a material called chitosan which is produced in the shells of shrimp, lobsters and crabs, notes Craig Hawker, a polymer chemist at University of California, Santa Barbara who was not involved in the research project. News


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