Bioinspired Ant-Nest-Like Hierarchical Porous Material Using CaCl2 as Additive for Smart Indoor Humidity Control

@article{Liu2019BioinspiredAH,
  title={Bioinspired Ant-Nest-Like Hierarchical Porous Material Using CaCl2 as Additive for Smart Indoor Humidity Control},
  author={Xiaopeng Liu and Zhang Chen and Guang Yang and Yanfeng Gao},
  journal={Industrial \& Engineering Chemistry Research},
  year={2019}
}
Inspired by the functional microstructure of the ant nest, a humidity control material was prepared by the sintering of modified low-grade sepiolite. A hierarchical porous structure accelerates the... 
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