Functional bacterial cellulose membranes with 3D porous architectures: Conventional drying, tunable wettability and water/oil separation

Volume: 591, Pages: 117312 - 117312
Published: Dec 1, 2019
Abstract
Bacterial cellulose (BC) membranes have been widely used in many fields because of their biodegradable, biocompatible and renewable nature. To maintain their pristine 3D porous architectures, however, complex and time-consuming drying processes such as supercritical CO2 drying and freeze drying have to be employed. Herein, we demonstrated that BC skeletons modified by hydrolyzing of alkoxysilanes were sufficiently robust to remain the porous...
Paper Details
Title
Functional bacterial cellulose membranes with 3D porous architectures: Conventional drying, tunable wettability and water/oil separation
Published Date
Dec 1, 2019
Volume
591
Pages
117312 - 117312
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