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Monday, 20 February 2017

The polyimide aerogel is provided in tough and highly flexible thin films, semi-flexible wafers and thicker monoliths that are at least 500 times stronger than conventional silica aerogels. Cellulose and polyimide are promising new alternatives to silica as the basis for highly insulating aerogels, writes Adrian Wilson.

 

 
 
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