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Hyperporous carbon-coated 3D printed devices

Medina, DAV, Figuerola, A, Rodriguez, F, Santos-Neto, AJ, Cabello, CP, Palomino, GT, Cerda, V and Maya, F ORCID: 0000-0003-1458-736X 2019 , 'Hyperporous carbon-coated 3D printed devices' , Applied Materials Today, vol. 14 , pp. 29-34 , doi:

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3D printing by stereolithography (SLA) typically leads to low surface area materials, limiting the application of this advanced manufacturing technique for the extraction of environmental pollutants. Here, a simple and efficient procedure to immobilize highly porous materials on SLA 3D printed devices has been developed using a hypercrosslinked pyrrole-derived hyperporous carbon (HCP-carbon) with a surface area of 3361 m2 g−1. The HCP-carbon is directly immobilized to the soft and sticky surface of non-post cured SLA 3D printed devices. The HCP-carbon becomes permanently immobilized to the 3D printed device after UV post curing, obtaining a highly robust and efficient support for the removal of pollutants from water.

Item Type: Article
Authors/Creators:Medina, DAV and Figuerola, A and Rodriguez, F and Santos-Neto, AJ and Cabello, CP and Palomino, GT and Cerda, V and Maya, F
Keywords: 3D printing, porous materials
Journal or Publication Title: Applied Materials Today
Publisher: Elsevier
ISSN: 2352-9407
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