Fusion of nacre, mussel, and lotus leaf: bio-inspired graphene composite paper with multifunctional integration

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Fusion of nacre, mussel, and lotus leaf: bio-inspired graphene composite paper with multifunctional integration


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Nanoscale


作者

Da Zhong,Qinglin Yang,* Lin Guo,Shixue Dou,Kesong Liu* and  Lei Jiang


摘要

Multifunctional integration is an inherent characteristic for biological materials with multiscale structures. Learning from nature is an effective approach for scientists and engineers to construct multifunctional materials. In nature, mollusks (abalone), mussels, and the lotus have evolved different and optimized solutions to survive. Here, bio-inspired multifunctional graphene composite paper was fabricated in situ through the fusion of the different biological solutions from nacre (brick-and-mortar structure), mussel adhesive protein (adhesive property and reducing character), and the lotus leaf (self-cleaning effect). Owing to the special properties (self-polymerization, reduction, and adhesion), dopamine could be simultaneously used as a reducing agent for graphene oxide and as an adhesive, similar to the mortar in nacre, to crosslink the adjacent graphene. The resultant nacre-like graphene paper exhibited stable superhydrophobicity, self-cleaning, anti-corrosion, and remarkable mechanical properties underwater.


原文链接

http://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/2013/nr/c3nr33632h#!divAbstract


2017年01月10日

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