Dynamic control of electromagnetic wave jamming is needed for protecting electronic devices working at gigahertz frequencies. We describe a method for modulating reflection and absorption of electromagnetic waves using micron-thick films of 2D carbides (MXenes).
Can humidity assisted tuning of “permeation channels” in graphene oxide membranes be useful for sea water desalination?
Many layered materials (clays, Mxenes) exhibit gradual change in d(001) spacing us a function of humidity with increments smaller than size of water molecule. This effect is not related to size of “permeation channels” in GO membranes according to common structural model of GO hydration.