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The double gyroid phase is a bicontinuous structure consisting of two interpenetrating networks separated by a matrix. The gyroid has been shown to be a stable phase for Surfactants , Block Copolymers (both diblock[2-7] and triblock), and rodcoil block copolymers . The double gyroid phase has also been found for nanosphere aggregating tethered nanospheres (MATDL Repository) and nanorod a
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