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“…The EMI SE of PI composite films and other materials based on graphite derivatives and magnetic substances is summarized in Fig. 4f [16,[47][48][49][50][51][52][53][54][55][56][57][58][59][60]. It can be seen that the PI composite films prepared in this work has a relatively high specific efficiency (the ratio of EMI SE to the effective thickness of the material, and the effective thickness of PI composite films for EMI shielding is about 85 μm), which is about 400 dB mm −1 .…”
Section: Go+eg Dispersion Go+egmentioning
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“…The EMI SE of PI composite films and other materials based on graphite derivatives and magnetic substances is summarized in Fig. 4f [16,[47][48][49][50][51][52][53][54][55][56][57][58][59][60]. It can be seen that the PI composite films prepared in this work has a relatively high specific efficiency (the ratio of EMI SE to the effective thickness of the material, and the effective thickness of PI composite films for EMI shielding is about 85 μm), which is about 400 dB mm −1 .…”
Section: Go+eg Dispersion Go+egmentioning
“…In most template methods, 3D conductive networks are constructed based on the open‐celled foams with 3D cellular structures as templates, which are graphitized at high temperature or filled with conductive fillers 28 . This method has attracted extensive attention because of their advantages, such as high flexibility, simple preparation conditions, and easily controlled structure design.…”
Section: Preparation Methods Of Polymer‐based Emi Shielding Materials With 3d Conductive Networkmentioning
“…Moreover, the excellent flexibility also endowed the EMI SE of the graphene foam with extraordinary stability, and there was no obvious decline of shielding performances after bending for 1000 times. In the previous research of our group, Gu et al 30 used alumina honeycomb as template for the deposition of GO, and prepared the rGO foams with honeycomb structures by further thermal reduction. The results showed that when the loading of rGO honeycomb was 1.2 wt%, the EMI SE of rGO foam/epoxy nanocomposites reached up to 38 dB, which was 6.3 times higher than that of the blended rGO/epoxy nanocomposites (6 dB).…”
Section: Template Methodsmentioning
“…8–11 Among many promising architectures, hollow nanoparticles are of considerable interest to scientists due to the fascinating chemical and physical properties that they offer in a wide range of applications. 2,12–16 Generally, hollow nanoparticles have a density lower than that of their solid counterparts, which ensures that under identical volume conditions they exhibit lightweight characteristics. Also, hollow nanoparticles have large surface areas and abundant dipoles, which contribute to an increase in dielectric loss property.…”
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