Room‐Temperature, Near‐Instantaneous Fabrication of Auxetic Materials with Constant Poisson's Ratio over Large Deformation

@article{Li2016RoomTemperatureNF,
  title={Room‐Temperature, Near‐Instantaneous Fabrication of Auxetic Materials with Constant Poisson's Ratio over Large Deformation},
  author={Yan Li and Changchun Zeng},
  journal={Advanced Materials},
  year={2016},
  volume={28}
}
  • Yan Li, C. Zeng
  • Published 1 April 2016
  • Materials Science
  • Advanced Materials
A novel compressed carbon dioxide assisted fabrication method is demonstrated to produce auxetic PU foam. Auxetic PU foams can be fabricated at room temperature (25°C) in several seconds with compressed CO2. This technology overcomes some key challenging issues in the large-scale production of auxetic PU foams. 

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