[Small] Prof. Xu HOU's groups published a paper entitled "Tunable Microscale Porous Systems with Dynamic Liquid Interfaces"

Publish Date:2018-4-17     Visited25Times    bsp;  

Title: Tunable Microscale Porous Systems with Dynamic Liquid Interfaces

Author: Kan Zhan and Xu Hou*

Summary:

Solid microscale porous material systems have attracted more attention in recent years due to their various potential applications, such as energy source transportations, biomedical devices, wastewater treatments, phase separations, etc. However, such systems are still plagued with many issues including fouling, mechanical fragility, inability to self-heal, and low recy-clability that restrict them for further industrial applications. Dynamic liquid-based microscale porous material systems, especially porous surfaces and membranes, provide a new opportunity for resolving these issues and possess many benefits, such as antifouling, slippery, transparent, recovery, self-healing, and recycling properties. This Concept is mainly concerned with how to obtain tunable microscale porous systems with dynamic liquid inter-faces, and their applications from the surfaces to membranes. The authors hope this concept will attract interest of scientists in areas related to the rapid development and application of various liquid-based porous systems.

Solid microscale porous material systems have attracted more attention

in recent years due to their various potential applications, such as energy

source transportations, biomedical devices, wastewater treatments, phase

separations, etc. However, such systems are still plagued with many issues

including fouling, mechanical fragility, inability to self-heal, and low recy-

clability that restrict them for further industrial applications. Dynamic

liquid-based microscale porous material systems, especially porous surfaces

and membranes, provide a new opportunity for resolving these issues and

possess many benefits, such as antifouling, slippery, transparent, recovery,

self-healing, and recycling properties. This Concept is mainly concerned with

how to obtain tunable microscale porous systems with dynamic liquid inter-

faces, and their applications from the surfaces to membranes. The authors

hope this concept will attract interest of scientists in areas related to the rapid

development and application of various liquid-based porous systems.

Solid microscale porous material systems have attracted more attention

in recent years due to their various potential applications, such as energy

source transportations, biomedical devices, wastewater treatments, phase

separations, etc. However, such systems are still plagued with many issues

including fouling, mechanical fragility, inability to self-heal, and low recy-

clability that restrict them for further industrial applications. Dynamic

liquid-based microscale porous material systems, especially porous surfaces

and membranes, provide a new opportunity for resolving these issues and

possess many benefits, such as antifouling, slippery, transparent, recovery,

self-healing, and recycling properties. This Concept is mainly concerned with

how to obtain tunable microscale porous systems with dynamic liquid inter-

faces, and their applications from the surfaces to membranes. The authors

hope this concept will attract interest of scientists in areas related to the rapid

development and application of various liquid-based porous systems.

Solid microscale porous material systems have attracted more attention

in recent years due to their various potential applications, such as energy

source transportations, biomedical devices, wastewater treatments, phase

separations, etc. However, such systems are still plagued with many issues

including fouling, mechanical fragility, inability to self-heal, and low recy-

clability that restrict them for further industrial applications. Dynamic

liquid-based microscale porous material systems, especially porous surfaces

and membranes, provide a new opportunity for resolving these issues and

possess many benefits, such as antifouling, slippery, transparent, recovery,

self-healing, and recycling properties. This Concept is mainly concerned with

how to obtain tunable microscale porous systems with dynamic liquid inter-

faces, and their applications from the surfaces to membranes. The authors

hope this concept will attract interest of scientists in areas related to the rapid

development and application of various liquid-based porous systems.

Solid microscale porous material systems have attracted more attention

in recent years due to their various potential applications, such as energy

source transportations, biomedical devices, wastewater treatments, phase

separations, etc. However, such systems are still plagued with many issues

including fouling, mechanical fragility, inability to self-heal, and low recy-

clability that restrict them for further industrial applications. Dynamic

liquid-based microscale porous material systems, especially porous surfaces

and membranes, provide a new opportunity for resolving these issues and

possess many benefits, such as antifouling, slippery, transparent, recovery,

self-healing, and recycling properties. This Concept is mainly concerned with

how to obtain tunable microscale porous systems with dynamic liquid inter-

faces, and their applications from the surfaces to membranes. The authors

hope this concept will attract interest of scientists in areas related to the rapid

development and application of various liquid-based porous systems.





Full Link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/epdf/10.1002/smll.201703283