Fuqiang Wan
Wuhan University of Technology
Composite numberSelf-healing hydrogelsUltimate tensile strengthIonic conductivityNanoparticleComposite materialElectrodeTensile testingBiomineralizationChemistryMaterials scienceCrystallizationIonic bondingBioadhesiveAmorphous calcium phosphateAmorphous calcium carbonateVateriteCalcium carbonateCalcitePolyacrylic acidNano-Chemical engineeringNanoscopic scaleCarbonFiberLithiumElectrochemistryCrystalCalcinationNanowireMicrostructureAnode
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#1Fuqiang Wan (WUT: Wuhan University of Technology)
#2Hang Ping (WUT: Wuhan University of Technology)H-Index: 10
Last. Zhengyi Fu (WUT: Wuhan University of Technology)H-Index: 31
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Abstract Biological materials have excellent mechanical properties due to their organized structures from nano- to macro-scale. Artificial manufacture of materials with anisotropic microstructures still remains challenging. We described a stress-induced method to fabricate anisotropic alginate fibers. Organic-inorganic composite fibers were obtained by incorporating aligned hydroxyapatite (HAP) nanowires into the alginate fiber. Detailed structural characterization revealed the bone-like structu...
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#2Wenxuan Wang (WUT: Wuhan University of Technology)H-Index: 1
Last. Zhengyi FuH-Index: 31
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Abstract As one of the most delicate bioprocesses in nature, biosilicification is closely related to biosilica with various morphologies, and has provided abundant inspiration to materials synthesis. In the present study, to explore the biosilica formation process and fabricate silica with an exquisite microstructure for lithium-ion battery (LIB) electrodes, a bacterial phage (M13) is used as a biotemplate to synthesize silica with diverse morphologies: cylinders, hexagonal prisms, assemblies of...
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Inspired from the occlusion of macromolecules in mineral crystals during the biomineralization process, the occlusion mechanism of functional guest species into a host matrix is gradually revealed in artificial systems. However, the guest species within calcite crystals are limited to the nanometer scale. Herein, using amorphous calcium carbonate (ACC) as a precursor and taking advantage of the crystallization of vaterite by the attachment of ACC nanoparticles, micrometer-sized modified Escheric...
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