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2024
Volume: 6 Issue 2
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Research Articles
Pressure Regulated Printing of Semiliquid Metal on Electrospinning Film Enables Breathable and Waterproof Wearable Electronics
Rui Guo, Tianyu Li, Chengjie Jiang, Hui Zong, Xueting Li, Chunxue Wan, Haixia Yu, and Xian Huang
Advanced Fiber Materials
  • Publication Date: Nov. 30, 2023
  • Vol. 6, Issue 2, 00343 (2023)
High-Performance and Long-Term Stability of MXene/PEDOT:PSS-Decorated Cotton Yarn for Wearable Electronics Applications
Guifang He, Fanggang Ning, Xiang Liu, Yaxin Meng, Zhiwei Lei, Xianda Ma, Mingwei Tian, Xuqing Liu, Xiansheng Zhang, Xueji Zhang, and Lijun Qu
High-performance wearable electronics are highly desirable for the development of body warming and human health monitoring devices. In the present study, high electrically conductive and photothermal cotton yarns (CYs) with long-term stability were prepared as wearable electronics. The process contains back-to-back dec
Advanced Fiber Materials
  • Publication Date: Dec. 20, 2023
  • Vol. 6, Issue 2, 00348 (2023)
Non-Enzyme, Temperature Calibrating, and Bioactive Fiber-based Flexible Sensors for Dopamine and Lactic Acid Detection
Maowen Xie, Guang Yao, Xingyi Gan, Chunhong Zhang, Tianyao Zhang, Qian Wang, Xinqin Li, Chenzheng Zhou, Kangning Zhao, Min Gao, Taisong Pan, and Yuan Lin
Flexible electrochemical biosensors enable the in-situ monitoring and quantification of human biochemical constituents in molecular scale, spearheading and thriving the field toward precision medicine. However, specific biorecognition elements for multiplexed biomarkers detection, temperature stability and versatility
Advanced Fiber Materials
  • Publication Date: Feb. 12, 2024
  • Vol. 6, Issue 2, 00351 (2024)
A Novel Dual-Channel Carbon Nitride Homojunction with Nanofibrous Carbon for Significantly Boosting Photocatalytic Hydrogen Peroxide Production
Jianwen Zhou, Tianshang Shan, Fengshan Zhang, Bruno Boury, Liulian Huang, Yingkui Yang, Guangfu Liao, He Xiao, and Lihui Chen
Photocatalytic H2O2 synthesis (PHS) via graphite carbon nitride (g-C3N4) is a low-carbon and environmentally friendly approach, which has garnered tremendous attention. However, as for the pristine g-C3N4, the PHS is severely constrained by the slow transfer and rapid recombination of photogenerated carriers. Herein, w
Advanced Fiber Materials
  • Publication Date: Jan. 09, 2024
  • Vol. 6, Issue 2, 00354 (2024)
Hierarchical Self-Assembly of Injectable Alginate Supramolecular Nanofibril Hydrogels for Hemostasis In Vivo
Linan Wang, Wenwen Hou, Qingxu Zhang, Haiyan Qiao, Min Lin, Zhaocun Shen, Xinchang Pang, and Kunyan Sui
Advanced Fiber Materials
  • Publication Date: Feb. 09, 2024
  • Vol. 6, Issue 2, 00355 (2024)
Flexible DPPT-TT/PEO Fiber-Exploiting Electro-optical Synaptic Transistor for Artificial Withdrawal Reflex Arc
Shangda Qu, Jiaqi Liu, Jiahe Hu, Lin Sun, and Wentao Xu
An artificial withdrawal reflex arc that can realize neuromorphic tactile perception, neural coding, information processing, and real-time responses was fabricated at the device level without dependence on algorithms. As an extended application, the artificial reflex arc was used to perform an object-lifting task based
Advanced Fiber Materials
  • Publication Date: Jan. 10, 2024
  • Vol. 6, Issue 2, 00356 (2024)
Synergy of ZnO Nanowire Arrays and Electrospun Membrane Gradient Wrinkles in Piezoresistive Materials for Wide-Sensing Range and High-Sensitivity Flexible Pressure Sensor
Peng Lei, Yan Bao, Wenbo Zhang, Lu Gao, Xiaofeng Zhu, Jiachen Xu, and Jianzhong Ma
Flexible pressure sensors have come under the spotlight because of their widespread adoption in human motion detection and human‒machine interactions. However, manufacturing pressure sensors with broad sensing ranges and large sensitivities continues to be a daunting task. Herein, a pressure sensor based on a gradient
Advanced Fiber Materials
  • Publication Date: Jan. 26, 2024
  • Vol. 6, Issue 2, 00359 (2024)
Blow-Spun Si3N4-Incorporated Nanofibrous Dressing with Antibacterial, Anti-Inflammatory, and Angiogenic Activities for Chronic Wound Treatment
Pengchao Ma, Chun-Yi Yang, Chengli Li, Peilun Hu, Fang Yang, Jiaju Lu, Yin-Yuan Huang, Hui Wu, Qiong Wu, Yongwei Pan, and Xiumei Wang
The effective and safe healing of chronic wounds, such as diabetic ulcers, presents a significant clinical challenge due to the adverse microenvironment in the wound that hinders essential processes of wound healing, including angiogenesis, inflammation resolution, and bacterial control. Therefore, there is an urgent d
Advanced Fiber Materials
  • Publication Date: Feb. 13, 2024
  • Vol. 6, Issue 2, 00361 (2024)
Metal–Organic Framework-Derived Hierarchical Cu9S5/C Nanocomposite Fibers for Enhanced Electromagnetic Wave Absorption
Simeng Wu, Chengjuan Wang, Yunxiang Tang, Jiangyiming Jiang, Haotian Jiang, Xiaodan Xu, Bowen Cui, Yanyan Jiang, and Yanxiang Wang
Refining the electromagnetic wave absorption characteristics of traditional metal–organic framework (MOF)-derived carbon composites remains a challenge because of their discontinuous conductive path. To overcome this limitation, in this work, MOF-derived hierarchical Cu9S5/C nanocomposite fibers are fabricated by elect
Advanced Fiber Materials
  • Publication Date: Jan. 30, 2024
  • Vol. 6, Issue 2, 00362 (2024)
Ag Nanoparticles-Decorated Bimetal Complex Selenide 3D Flowers: A Solar Energy-Driven Flexible Hybrid Supercapacitor for Smart Wearables
Lintymol Antony, Eluri Pavitra, Kugalur Shanmugam Ranjith, Ganji Seeta Rama Raju, Yun Suk Huh, and Young-Kyu Han
The demand for green-power-driven flexible energy storage systems is increasing. This requires new materials for powering wearable electronic devices without conceding energy and power densities. Herein, a nanograss-flower-like nickel di-vanadium selenide (NiV2Se4) is fabricated on a flexible Ni–Cu–Co fabric by a scala
Advanced Fiber Materials
  • Publication Date: Feb. 13, 2024
  • Vol. 6, Issue 2, 00363 (2024)
An Asymmetric Natural Nanofiber with Rapid Temperature Responsive Detachability Inspired by Andrias davidianus for Full-Thickness Skin Wound Healing
Zhe Huang, Heng An, Haitao Guo, Shen Ji, Qi Gu, Zhen Gu, and Yongqiang Wen
Wound dressing management is critical in healthcare, and frequent dressing changes for full-thickness skin wounds can hinder healing. Nanofiber dressings that resemble the extracellular matrix, have gained popularity in wound repair, however, it is challenging to explore how to frequently change it without affecting he
Advanced Fiber Materials
  • Publication Date: Feb. 06, 2024
  • Vol. 6, Issue 2, 00364 (2024)
A Novel L-Cys@Cu MOF Embedding onto Cotton Fiber Surfaces to Exert Excellent Antiviral and Antibacterial Effects
Yuanxiang Xiao, Jingjing Jiang, Rui Cai, Jiajia Fu, Shuangfei Xiang, Shujun Zhao, Feiya Fu, Hongyan Diao, and Xiangdong Liu
Unpredictable pandemics are likely to pose a significant global threat in the future, and biologically protective textiles will play critical roles in controlling the spread of pathogens during outbreaks. Herein, we present a novel metal–organic framework (MOF) composed of repeating units of a Cu(II)/(L-Cys)2 complex f
Advanced Fiber Materials
  • Publication Date: Feb. 06, 2024
  • Vol. 6, Issue 2, 00365 (2024)
A Novel NASICON-Type Na3.5MnCr0.5Ti0.5(PO4)3 Nanofiber with Multi-electron Reaction for High-Performance Sodium-Ion Batteries
Ting Zhu, Wei Liu, Xiaobin Liao, Mengyao Wang, Hao Fan, Zihe Wei, Congcong Cai, Liyan Yang, Mufang Li, Dong Wang, Ping Hu, and Xuanpeng Wang
Sodium superionic conductors (NASICONs) show significant promise for application in the development of cathodes for sodium-ion batteries (SIBs). However, it remains a major challenge to develop the desired multi-electron reaction cathode with a high specific capacity and energy density. Herein, we report a novel NASICO
Advanced Fiber Materials
  • Publication Date: Feb. 19, 2024
  • Vol. 6, Issue 2, 00367 (2024)
Washable and Multifunctional Electronic Textiles Via In Situ Lamination for Personal Health Care
Xinghua Hong, Wei Sun, Songlin Zhang, Zhaogang Tang, Mengjuan Zhou, Shuai Guo, Xingkui Guo, Weili Zhao, Xiaolin Wang, Haiming Chen, Ziquan Zhang, Dongsheng Mao, Chaobin He, and Swee Ching Tan
Limitations of current electronic textiles (e-textiles), including poor washability, instability, and inferior sensing capability, are concerns hindering their broad and practical applications in personal health care management, virtual games, sports, and more. Here, we report an RGO/PANI e-textile via alternative coat
Advanced Fiber Materials
  • Publication Date: Feb. 06, 2024
  • Vol. 6, Issue 2, 00368 (2024)
Low-Temperature Trigger Nitric Oxide Nanogenerators for Anti-biofilm and Wound Healing
Lefeng Su, Chenle Dong, Lei Liu, Yanping Feng, Jinfeng Xu, Qinfei Ke, Jiang Chang, Chen Yang, and He Xu
Infected wounds pose a significant global health challenge due to the persistence of bacterial biofilms and limited tissue self-repair. Nitric oxide (NO) functions as a potent antimicrobial agent, demonstrating a dual capacity for both antimicrobial action and tissue rejuvenation across varying concentrations. However,
Advanced Fiber Materials
  • Publication Date: Feb. 13, 2024
  • Vol. 6, Issue 2, 00369 (2024)
Self-Assembling Peptide Nanofibers Anchored Parathyroid Hormone Derivative for Bone Tissue Engineering
Zhuowen Hao, Tianhong Chen, Ying Wang, Qinyu Feng, Jiayao Chen, Hanke Li, Junwu Wang, Zepu Wang, Zheyuan Zhang, Renxin Chen, Guang Shi, Zhenwei Zou, Lin Cai, Tonghe Zhu, and Jingfeng Li
Parathyroid hormone (PTH) has been used for bone regeneration through intermittent subcutaneous injection; however, the topical administration of PTH for bone repair remains challenging because of the overactivation of osteoclasts. Here, a PTH derivative, i.e., PTHrP-1, which exhibits enhanced osteogenesis and relative
Advanced Fiber Materials
  • Publication Date: Feb. 21, 2024
  • Vol. 6, Issue 2, 00370 (2024)
Nickel-Rich Cathode Yarn for Wearable Lithium-Ion Batteries
Ifra Marriam, Mike Tebyetekerwa, Hiran Chathuranga, Kaige Sun, Aijun Du, and Cheng Yan
Wearable fiber-based lithium-ion batteries (LiBs) made with textile-like functional electrode materials are key to realizing smart energy options for powering wearable electronics. However, the process of attenuating the existing functional materials commonly used in planar and solid-state batteries to functional fiber
Advanced Fiber Materials
  • Publication Date: Feb. 13, 2024
  • Vol. 6, Issue 2, 00372 (2024)
High Thermoelectric Performance and Flexibility in Rationally Treated PEDOT:PSS Fiber Bundles
Ting Wu, Xiao-Lei Shi, Wei-Di Liu, Meng Li, Fang Yue, Pei Huang, Qingfeng Liu, and Zhi-Gang Chen
Organic thermoelectric fibers have great potential as wearable thermoelectric textiles because of their one-dimensional structure and high flexibility. However, the insufficient thermoelectric performance, high fabrication cost, and mechanical fragility of most organic thermoelectric fibers significantly limit their pr
Advanced Fiber Materials
  • Publication Date: Feb. 27, 2024
  • Vol. 6, Issue 2, 00374 (2024)
Regeneration of Pea-Pod-Like Cellulose Acetate Fibers as Aerogel-Derived Boards for Building Thermal Regulation and Carbon Reduction
Shuangjiang Feng, Lei Yao, Mingxin Feng, Haoran Cai, Xu He, Man He, Xiaohai Bu, and Yuming Zhou
Cellulose fibers play significant roles in building passive radiative cooling (PRC) and heating (PRH), benefiting from their porous structure and low thermal conductivity. However, the fixed structure and hydrophilic groups limit the regulation of optical and thermal properties. Herein, mechanically assisted solvent ex
Advanced Fiber Materials
  • Publication Date: Feb. 19, 2024
  • Vol. 6, Issue 2, 00377 (2024)