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One-dimensional TiO2 nanotube photocatalysts for solar water splitting
Hydrogen production from water splitting by photo/photoelectron‐catalytic process is a promising route to solve both fossil fuel depletion and environmental pollution at the same time. Titanium dioxide (TiO2) nanotubes ...
Multifunctional superamphiphobic fabrics with asymmetric wettability for one-way fluid transport and templated patterning
In this work, multifunctional superamphiphobic fabrics with special wettability were constructed by a facile dip-coating or electrospraying process using easily available materials, viz. silica nanoparticles, heptadecafl ...
Mechanically resistant and sustainable cellulose-based composite aerogels with excellent flame retardant, sound-absorption, and superantiwetting ability for advanced engineering materials
The production of cellulose-based aerogels from the conversion of cheap and rich precursors using environmentally friendly techniques is a very attractive subject in materials chemistry. In this work, we reports a facile ...
Rational construction of highly transparent superhydrophobic coatings based on a non-particle, fluorine-free and water-rich system for versatile oil-water separation
Despite the existing effort, fabricating superhydrophobic substrate through an environmental friendly approach remains a great challenge. In the current work, we present a simple approach to fabricate robust superhydrophobic ...
Bioinspired surfaces with superwettability for anti-icing and ice-phobic application : concept, mechanism, and design
Ice accumulation poses a series of severe issues in daily life. Inspired by the nature, superwettability surfaces have attracted great interests from fundamental research to anti‐icing and ice‐phobic applications. Here, ...