Han Hu, Zongbin Zhao, Wubo Wan, Yury Gogotsi and Jieshan Qiu Ultralight and Highly Compressible Graphene Aerogels Advanced Materials 25
Chemically converted graphene aerogels with ultralight density and high compressibility are prepared by diamine-mediated functionalization and assembly, followed by microwave irradiation. The resulting graphene aerogels with density as low as 3 mg cm−3 show excellent resilience and can completely recover after more than 90% compression. The ultralight graphene aerogels possessing high elasticity are promising as compliant and energy-absorbing materials.
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