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Perspective: Graphene aerogel goes to superelasticity and ultraflyweight
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Three-dimensional graphene-based aerogels have been promoted to present fascinating superelasticity and ultralightness by the intelligent design on microstructures. In this perspective, we conclude the recent design strategies to realize these dual elasticity and lightness, and look forward to the promising applications of graphene-based aerogels with multifunctional merits.
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