Mechanical properties and application analysis of spider silk bionic material

@article{Gu2020MechanicalPA,
  title={Mechanical properties and application analysis of spider silk bionic material},
  author={Yunqing Gu and Lingzhi Yu and Jiegang Mou and Denghao Wu and Peijian Zhou and Maosen Xu},
  journal={e-Polymers},
  year={2020},
  volume={20},
  pages={443 - 457}
}
Abstract Spider silk is a kind of natural biomaterial with superior performance. Its mechanical properties and biocompatibility are incomparable with those of other natural and artificial materials. This article first summarizes the structure and the characteristics of natural spider silk. It shows the great research value of spider silk and spider silk bionic materials. Then, the development status of spider silk bionic materials is reviewed from the perspectives of material mechanical… 

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