Chemically modified carbon nanostructures and 2D nanomaterials for fabrics performing under operational tension and extreme environmental conditions
The extensive research on carbon nanostructures and 2D nanomaterials will come to fruition once these materials steadily join everyday-life applications. Their chemical functionalization unlocks their potential as carriers of customized properties and counterparts to fabric fibers. The scope of the current review covers the chemical modification of carbon nanostructures and 2D nanomaterials for hybrid fabrics with enhanced qualities against critical operational and weather conditions, such as antibacterial, flame retardant, UV resistant, water repellent and high air and water vapor permeability activities.
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