NewsScientists propose multifunctional liquid metal
nanocapsules

21st September 2020by admin0
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Liquid metals (LMs) are promising for applications in
flexible electronics and biomimetic functional composites.
Nanometerization and surface modification of LMs are usually used
to improve their substrate affinity and processing properties. In
most cases, LM nanodroplets are encapsulated into ultrathin and
fragile shells of oxides or amphiphile monolayers. However, they
may be hindered from being incorporated homogeneously into various
composites through conventional processing methods. Therefore,
producing stable and processable LM nanodroplets remains
challenging.

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