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  • Biomimetic Hybridization of Kevlar into Silk Fibroin: Nanofibrous Strategy for Improved Mechanic Properties of Flexible Composites and Filtration Membranes L Lv, X Han, L Zong, M Li, J You, X Wu, C Li ACS nano 11 (8), 8178-8184
    Silk, one of the strongest natural biopolymers, was hybridized with Kevlar, one of the strongest synthetic polymers, through a biomimetic nanofibrous strategy. Regenerated silk materials have outstanding properties in transparency, biocompatibility, biodegradability a......
    lchaoxu 写于2018.09.17
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  • Guiding growth orientation of two-dimensional Au nanocrystals with marine chitin nanofibrils for ultrasensitive and ultrafast sensing hybrids. Chen, Y., Liu, Z., Li, M., Wu, X., You, J., & Li, C. (2017). J. Materials Chemistry B, 5(48), 9502-9506.
    We demonstrate that marine chitin nanofibrils are able to modulate the growth direction of two-dimensional Au nanocrystals from nanoribbons, nanokites to nanosheets. The mechanism investigation reveals that deacetylation and exfoliation of chitin nanofibrils are essential to template dire......
  • Fibrous carbon nanosheets from Kevlar nanofibrils: compromising one and two dimensions of carbon nanomaterials for optimal capacitive performance. Li, M., Zong, L., Li, X., You, J., Wu, X., Kong, Q., & Li, C. (2017).Carbon, 123, 565-573.
    With cost advantages, low-dimensional carbon nanomaterials beyond graphene and carbon nanotube have aroused great interest in diverse fields. To optimize their electrochemical properties for energy storage, it is highly desired to exploit an efficient strategy to engineer their dimensionality and relevant physicoche......
    lvll 写于2019.06.18
    129 129 0
  • Catecholic coating and silver hybridization of chitin nanocrystals for ultrafiltration membrane with continuous flow catalysis and gold recovery. Wang, Y., Zhu, L., You, J., Chen, F., & Li, C. (2017). ACS Sustain. Chem. & Eng, 5(11), 10673-10681.
    Despite great advantages of chitin for water purification, current researches have lacked the intensive study for the utilization of chitin in high-flux filters. To tackle this, we proposed, for the first time, a facile method for the construction of multifunctional nanoporous chitin ultrafiltration membranes derive......
    lvll 写于2019.06.18
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  • Crab Chitin‐Based 2D Soft Nanomaterials for Fully Biobased Electric Devices. You, J., Li, M., Ding, B., Wu, X., & Li, C. (2017). Advanced Materials, 29(19), 1606895.
    2D nanomaterials have various size/morphology-dependent properties applicable in electronics, optics, sensing, and actuating. However, intensively studied inorganic 2D nanomaterials are frequently hindered to apply in some particular and industrial filds, owing to harsh synthesis, high-cost, cytotoxicity, and nondeg......
  • Bioinspired coupling of inorganic layered nanomaterials with marine polysaccharides for efficient aqueous exfoliation and smart actuating hybrids. Zong, L., Li, M., & Li, C. (2017). Advanced Materials, 29(10), 1604691.
    WS2 among the TMD family was found to be exfoliated with maximum effiiency by the assistance of lowcost marine SA; SA among a series of polysaccharides could exfoliate WS2 with maximum effiiency. This perfect couple originates from strong interactions of H-bonding and coordination between SA and WS2, where an unprec......
  • Activation of Actuating Hydrogels with WS2 Nanosheets for Biomimetic Cellular Structures and Steerable Prompt Deformation. Zong, L., Li, X., Han, X., Lv, L., Li, M., You, J., & Li, C. (2017). ACS applied materials & interfaces, 9(37), 32280-32289.
    Macroscopic soft actuation is intrinsic to living organisms in nature, including slow deformation (e.g., contraction, bending, twisting, and curling) of plants motivated by microscopic swelling and shrinking of cells, and rapid motion of animals (e.g., deformation of jellyfish) motivated by cooperative nanoscale mov......