Engineers at the University of California-Riverside have developed a film incorporating a nanomaterial filler that reportedly provides an effective shield against electromagnetic interference.
According to an article posted in February to the website of Engineering and Technology (E&T), the film developed by the engineering team consists of composites synthesized with one-dimensional van der Waals materials, which “exfoliate” into needle-like structures. Testing showed that the resulting composite film provides “exceptional” shielding against electromagnetic radiation in the GHz and sub-THz frequency ranges.
Equally important, the chemical process used to produce the film can reportedly be quickly scaled for mass production of these materials.
Read the E&T article discussing the promise of nanowire-filled film in reducing electromagnetic interference.
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