4 years ago

Wood-based straightway channel structure for high performance microwave absorption

Wood-based straightway channel structure for high performance microwave absorption
Microwave absorption (MA) materials have gained wide range of applications including satellite communications, radar detections, etc. Here, for the first time we designed high-performance porous biomass-pyrolized carbon (PBPC) based on natural wood. The PBPC with orderly parallel channel structure is on the top among all MA materials, showing excellent MA performance with maximum reflection loss (RL) of −68.3 dB and absorption bandwidth (RL ≤ −10 dB) up to 7.63 GHz. Furthermore, we predict the reflection loss by calculation and point out regulation of electrical conductivity would maximize MA performance. The combination of renewability, easy mass production and simple fabrication provides PBPC practical application value, and the strategy of channel structure design followed by permittivity adjustment casts a light for accessing new high-performance MA materials.

Publisher URL: www.sciencedirect.com/science

DOI: S0008622317307716

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