Superhydrophobic and superoleophilic porous boron nitride nanosheet/polyvinylidene fluoride composite material for oil-polluted water cleanup
Superhydrophobic and superoleophilic porous BNNS/PVDF composite material can be fabricated by formation and freeze-drying of a gel. The resultant composite material can be efficiently used to separate insoluble oil from water. Most importantly, such composite material is stable and durable making it a promising candidate for oil-polluted water treatments.
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