Professor LI Zhijian's research team has made new progress in the fields of sensing and energy storage
Release：LV Bin, FANG Runze
The "Bio-information Functionalization of Paper (Cellulose)-based Materials" team led by Professor LI Zhijian of the College of Bioresources Chemical and Materials Engineering has recently made new progress in the fields of flexible sensing, energy storage, and intelligent materials and has published 6 high-level papers. This is the team's success based on the discipline development concept of "based on light industry, rich in light industry, and leapfrogging light industry", and based on the specific practice of "new light industry, new engineering" construction.
The team has long been committed to the functionalization of paper-based materials and the integration of devices, and has conducted research around the international frontier fields. Recently, we have developed paper-based multifunctional flexible sensing materials and devices that can simultaneously detect deformation, humidity, temperature and pressure, and multi-walled carbon nanotube-nanocellulose composite high-performance paper-based Li-S battery electrode materials. New materials and devices such as high-performance cellulose-based separation materials with carbon dioxide gas response characteristics, which can achieve selective capture and controlled release of dyes and proteins. Relevant achievements have published several SCI papers in international authoritative journals such as ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, Carbohydrate Polymers, and Cellulose. Our university is the first author unit and the first communication unit of the thesis. Young team teachers LIU Hanbin and WU Haiwei are mainly involved in these tasks.
The recent papers are as follows:
1)Haiwei Wu, Li Wang, Zhijian Li et al., Local Concentration Effect-Derived Heterogeneous Li2S2/Li2S Deposition on Dual-Phase MWCNT/Cellulose Nanofiber/NiCo2S4Self-Standing Paper for High Performance of Lithium Polysulfide Batteries.ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces2020, 12, 15228−15238. (IF=8.45)
2)Haiwei Wu, Xiaofei Pang, Zhijian Li et al., Cellulose nanofiber assisted hydrothermal synthesis of Ni-rich cathode materials with high binding particles for lithium-ion batteries.Journal of Alloys and Compounds2020, 829, 154571 (IF=4.17)
3)Hanbin Liu, Huacui Xiang, Zhijian Li, et al., Flexible and Degradable Multi-modal Sensor Fabricated by Transferring Laser-induced Porous Carbon on Starch Film,ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 2020, 8, 1, 527-533. (IF=6.97)
4)Hanbin Liu, Xiaohan Yang, Zhijian Li et al., Gas responsive cellulose fibers for capturing and releasing of dyes and proteins from water by packing a smart separation column.Cellulose, 2020, DOI: 10.1007/s10570-020-03277-5 (IF=3.91)
5)Hanbin Liu, Huacui Xiang, Zhijian Li, et al., A Flexible Multimodal Sensor That Detects Strain, Humidity, Temperature, and Pressure with Carbon Black and Reduced Graphene Oxide Hierarchical Composite on Paper,ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces,2019, 11, 40613−40619 (IF=8.45)
6)Zhijian Li, Xiaohan Yang, Wei Li,Hanbin Liu,Stimuli-responsive cellulose paper materials,Carbohydrate Polymers, 2019, 210, 350–363. (IF=6.14)