Sustainable, Flexible, and Superhydrophobic Functionalized Cellulose Aerogel for Selective and Versatile Oil/Water Separation

Volume: 7, Issue: 11, Pages: 9984 - 9994
Published: Apr 30, 2019
Abstract
Aerogels, as ultralight three-dimensional (3D) highly porous materials, show great superiority in oil and organic pollutant cleanup. Notably, biomass aerogels have also attracted wide interest due to the advantages of huge reserves, low cost, renewability, biodegradation, and nontoxicity to the environment. Herein, a sustainable, flexible, and superhydrophobic functionalized cellulose aerogel, copper nanoparticles-coated cellulose aerogel...
Paper Details
Title
Sustainable, Flexible, and Superhydrophobic Functionalized Cellulose Aerogel for Selective and Versatile Oil/Water Separation
Published Date
Apr 30, 2019
Volume
7
Issue
11
Pages
9984 - 9994
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