Locally Controllable Surface Foaming of Polymers Induced by Graphene via Near-Infrared Pulsed Laser

Our study proposed an efficient and environment-friendly strategy to realize the locally controllable surface foaming on polymers via a near-infrared pulsed laser

Liyang Jia; Jihai Zhang; Gehong Su; Zhuo Zheng; Tao Zhou

2020

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  • Our study proposed an efficient and environment-friendly strategy to realize the locally controllable surface foaming on polymers via a near-infrared pulsed laser
  • This laser foaming was induced by the multilayer graphene, and only 0.05 wt % MLG gave the polymer an excellent foaming performance with good smoothness and a foaming height of 0.41 mm
  • This study proposed the mechanism of polymer laser foaming induced by MLG
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