Evaporation-induced sintering of liquid metal droplets with biological nanofibrils for flexible conductivity and responsive actuation X Li, M Li, J Xu, J You, Z Yang, C Li, Nature Communications, 2019, https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-019-11466-5-成果-仿生智能材料研究组  
Evaporation-induced sintering of liquid metal droplets with biological nanofibrils for flexible conductivity and responsive actuation X Li, M Li, J Xu, J You, Z Yang, C Li, Nature Communications, 2019, https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-019-11466-5 2019 生物质基 柔性智能材料 论文
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Liquid metal (LM) droplets show the superiority in coalescing into integral liquid conductors applicable in flexible and deformable electronics. However, the large surface tension, oxide shells and poor compatibility with most other materials may prevent spontaneous coalescence of LM droplets and/or hybridisation into composites, unless external interventions (e.g., shear and laser) are applied. Here, we show that biological nanofibrils (NFs; including cellulose, silk fibroin and amyloid) enable evaporation-induced sintering of LM droplets under ambient conditions into conductive coating on diverse substrates and free-standing films. The resultants possess an insulating NFs-rich layer and a conductive LM-rich layer, offering flexibility, high reflectivity, stretchable conductivity, electromagnetic shielding, degradability and rapid actuating behaviours. Thus this sintering approach not only extends fundamental knowledge about sintering LM droplets, but also starts a new scenario of producing flexible coating and free-standing composites with flexibility, conductivity, sustainability and degradability, and applicable in microcircuits, wearable electronics and soft robotics.

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