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Materials, Vol. 11, Pages 575: Cellulose-Silica Nanocomposites of High Reinforcing Content with Fungi Decay Resistance by One-Pot Synthesis

09-Apr-2018 | Rodríguez-Robledo, M. Concepción; González-Lozano, M. Azucena; Ponce-Peña, Patricia ; Quintana Owen, Patricia ; Agui ..., Materials, 2018

Materials, Vol. 11, Pages 575: Cellulose-Silica Nanocomposites of High Reinforcing Content with Fungi Decay Resistance by One-Pot Synthesis Materials doi: 10.3390/ma11040575 Authors: M. Rodríguez-Robledo M. González-Lozano Patricia Ponce-Peña Patricia Quintana Owen Miguel ...

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Sustainability, Vol. 10, Pages 969: Renovation of a School Building: Energy Retrofit and Seismic Upgrade in a School Building in Motta Di Livenza

26-Mar-2018 | Mora, Tiziano Dalla ; Pinamonti, Maria ; Teso, Lorenzo ; Boscato, Giosuè ; Peron, Fabio ; Romagnoni, Piercarlo, Sustainability, 2018

Sustainability, Vol. 10, Pages 969: Renovation of a School Building: Energy Retrofit and Seismic Upgrade in a School Building in Motta Di Livenza Sustainability doi: 10.3390/su10040969 Authors: Tiziano Dalla Mora Maria Pinamonti Lorenzo Teso Giosuè Boscato Fabio Peron Piercarlo ...

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Crossover from band-like to thermally activated charge transport in organic transistors due to strain-induced traps [Applied Physical Sciences]

15-Aug-2017 | Yaochuan Mei; Peter J. Diemer; Muhammad R. Niazi; Rawad K. Hallani; Karol Jarolimek; Cynthia S. Day; Chad Risko; Joh ..., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2017

The temperature dependence of the charge-carrier mobility provides essential insight into the charge transport mechanisms in organic semiconductors. Such knowledge imparts critical understanding of the electrical properties of these materials, leading to better design of high-performance ...

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Structural Variations in Hybrid All-Nanoparticle Gibbsite Nanoplatelet/Cellulose Nanocrystal Multilayered Films

02-Aug-2017 | Clélia Martin; Robert Barker; Erik B. Watkins; Frédéric Dubreuil; Emily D. Cranston; Laurent Heux; Bruno Jean, Langmuir, 2017

Cellulose nanocrystals (CNCs) are promising biosourced building blocks for the production of high performance materials. In the last ten years, CNCs have been used in conjunction with polymers for the design of multilayered thin films via the layer-by-layer assembly technique. Herein, polymer ...

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Disassembly–Reassembly Approach to RuO2/Graphene Composites for Ultrahigh Volumetric Capacitance Supercapacitor

26-Jun-2017 | Hongyun Ma, Debin Kong, Yue Xu, Xiaoying Xie, Ying Tao, Zhichang Xiao, Wei Lv, Hee Dong Jang, Jiaxing Huang, Quan‐Ho ..., Small, 2017

A porous, yet compact, RuO2/graphene hybrid is successfully prepared by using a disassembly–reassembly strategy, achieving effective and uniform loading of RuO2 nanoparticles inside compact graphene monolith. The disassembly process ensures the uniform loading of RuO2 nanoparticles into graphene ...

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Effect of surface modification of silicon carbide nanoparticles on the properties of nanocomposites based on epoxidized natural rubber/natural rubber blends

08-Jun-2017 | Songkot Utara, Punyarat Jantachum, Benjatham Sukkaneewat, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2017

ABSTRACT Improvement of the properties of rubber nanocomposites is a challenge for the rubber industry because of the need for higher performance materials. Addition of a nanometer‐sized filler such as silicon carbide (SiC) to enhance the mechanical properties of rubber nanocomposites has ...

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Mechanical enhancement of bi-phasic electrospun nanofibrous films by optimizing composition and configuration

05-Mar-2017 | Author(s): Fengyun Guo, Nü Wang, Lanlan Hou, Jingchong Liu, Li Wang, Yong Zhao, Materials Chemistry and Physics, 2017

Publication date: 1 June 2017 Source:Materials Chemistry and Physics, Volume 193 Author(s): Fengyun Guo, Nü Wang, Lanlan Hou, Jingchong Liu, Li Wang, Yong Zhao An understanding of the composition, structure and property relationship is essential for engineering high performance ...

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Modelling photophysical properties of metal–organic frameworks: a density functional theory based approach

30-Aug-2016 | Liam Wilbraham; François-Xavier Coudert; Ilaria Ciofini, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2016

Design of optical properties within metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) is a subject of ever increasing attention in recent years with theoretical approaches poised to play a key role alongside experiment in both the understanding of fundamental mechanisms and the further development of high ...

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High efficiency Bi2Te3-based materials and devices for thermoelectric power generation between 100 and 300 ˚C

30-Aug-2016 | Feng Hao; Pengfei Qiu; Yunshan Tang; Shengqiang Bai; Tong Xin; HsuShen Chu; Qihao Zhang; Ping Lu; Tiansong Zhang; Du ..., Energy & Environmental Science, 2016

By suppressing intrinsic excitation in p-type Bi2Te3-based materials, we report an maximum and average zT values up to 1.4 and 1.2 between 100 and 300 ˚C, respectively. The thermoelectric mudules based on these high performance materials show an energy conversion efficiency up to 6.0% under a ...

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High-Performance Materials Based on Lithium-Containing Hydrotalcite-Bayerite Composites for Biogas Upgrade

15-Aug-2016 | Rosalía Torralba-Sánchez; Dulce López-Jurado; José A. Rivera; Geolar Fetter; Rosario Hernández-Huesca; María A. Pére ..., Energy & Fuels, 2016

To upgrade biogas, carbon dioxide has to be selectively removed from methane. Lithium ceramics have been found to be efficient materials for the retention of CO2 at temperatures as high as 800 °C. However, they do not perform well at low temperatures. In this work, lithium hydrotalcites with ...

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