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Dynamic Self-Assembly Induced Rapid Dissolution of Cellulose at Low Temperatures
Cellulose can be dissolved in precooled (−12 °C) 7 wt % NaOH−12 wt % urea aqueous solution within 2 min. This interesting process, to our knowledge, represents the most rapid dissolution of native
Effects of water content and initiator composition on photopolymerization of a model BisGMA/HEMA resin.
Directly Coating Hydrogel on Filter Paper for Effective Oil–Water Separation in Highly Acidic, Alkaline, and Salty Environment
The separation of oil–water mixtures in highly acidic, alkaline, and salty environment remains a great challenge. Simple, low‐cost, efficient, eco‐friendly, and easily scale‐up processes for the
Hydrogel with Ultrafast Self-Healing Property Both in Air and Underwater.
An ultrafast self-healing hydrogel based on an agarose/PVA double network (DN) based on a dynamic borate bond exhibits 100% cure in strength and elongation after healing for 10 s in air, and shows an excellent self- healing property underwater as well.
Study on Structure and Orientation Action of Polyurethane Nanocomposites
Segmented polyether−polyurethane (PU)/montmorillonite nanocomposites have been synthesized with poly(tetramethylene glycol), 4,4-diphenylmethane diisocyanate, propylenediamine, and montmorillonite.
Fabrication of Biomimetic Superhydrophobic Coating with a Micro‐Nano‐Binary Structure
A superhydrophobic coating was facilely fabricated in one step by casting bisphenol A polycarbonate (PC) solution under moisture. Vapor-induced phase separation occurred during the solidifying
Double‐network hydrogel with high mechanical strength prepared from two biocompatible polymers
Novel double-network (DN) hydrogels with high mechanical strength have been fabricated with two biocompatible polymers, poly(vinyl alcohol) (PVA) and poly(ethylene glycol) (PEG), through a simple
Effect of initiator on photopolymerization of acidic, aqueous dental model adhesives.
This study evaluated different initiator systems in self-etching model adhesives, in which camphorquinone or trimethylammonium chloride was employed as a photoinitiator (dye), and 4E appeared to be the most efficient CI, whereas the CQ-DMAEMA combination led to very low radical generation efficiency.
Corrosion‐Resistant Superhydrophobic Coatings on Mg Alloy Surfaces Inspired by Lotus Seedpod
Superhydrophobic surfaces are widely found in nature, inspiring the development of excellent antiwater surfaces with barrier coatings isolating the underlying materials from the external environment.