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Ultralight, Flexible, and Fire‐Resistant Carbon Nanofiber Aerogels from Bacterial Cellulose

Durstige Fasern: Zur Herstellung der im Titel genannten Aerogele im großen Maßstab wird kostengünstige Biomasse, nämlich bakterielle Cellulose verwendet, die industriell in einem mikrobiologischen Fermentationsprozess produziert wird. Die Kohlenstoff‐Nanofaser‐Aerogele (schwarze Stückchen im Bild) haben eine große Absorptionskapazität für organische Lösungsmittel (rote Lösung) und großes Potenzial für die Anwendung als Drucksensoren.

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Authors:   Zhen‐Yu Wu, Chao Li, Hai‐Wei Liang, Jia‐Fu Chen, Shu‐Hong Yu
Journal:   Angewandte Chemie
Year:   2013
Pages:   n/a
DOI:   10.1002/ange.201209676
Publication date:   11-Feb-2013
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