3 years ago

Ultralight, highly thermally insulating and fire resistant aerogel by encapsulating cellulose nanofibers with two-dimensional MoS2

Ultralight, highly thermally insulating and fire resistant aerogel by encapsulating cellulose nanofibers with two-dimensional MoS2
Qiang Yong, Alolika Mukhopadhyay, Jonathan Hamel, Liao Chen, Hongli Zhu, Yingjie Xing, Yucong Jiao, Lei Yang
Thermally insulating materials, made from earth-abundant and sustainable resources, are highly desirable in the sustainable construction of energy efficient buildings.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/NR/~3/McPUZWlJKSY/C7NR02243C

DOI: 2017/NR/C7NR02243C

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