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Polyimide-assisted fabrication of highly oriented graphene-based all-carbon foams for increasing the thermal conductivity of polymer composites

XIONG Ke SUN Zhi-peng HU Ji-chen MA Cheng WANG Ji-tong GE Xiang QIAO Wen-ming LING Li-cheng

熊科, 孙智鹏, 胡吉辰, 马成, 王际童, 葛翔, 乔文明, 凌立成. 聚酰亚胺辅助制备高定向石墨烯基全炭泡沫及其在导热聚合物复合材料中的应用. 新型炭材料(中英文), 2024, 39(2): 271-282. doi: 10.1016/S1872-5805(24)60835-8
引用本文: 熊科, 孙智鹏, 胡吉辰, 马成, 王际童, 葛翔, 乔文明, 凌立成. 聚酰亚胺辅助制备高定向石墨烯基全炭泡沫及其在导热聚合物复合材料中的应用. 新型炭材料(中英文), 2024, 39(2): 271-282. doi: 10.1016/S1872-5805(24)60835-8
XIONG Ke, SUN Zhi-peng, HU Ji-chen, MA Cheng, WANG Ji-tong, GE Xiang, QIAO Wen-ming, LING Li-cheng. Polyimide-assisted fabrication of highly oriented graphene-based all-carbon foams for increasing the thermal conductivity of polymer composites. New Carbon Mater., 2024, 39(2): 271-282. doi: 10.1016/S1872-5805(24)60835-8
Citation: XIONG Ke, SUN Zhi-peng, HU Ji-chen, MA Cheng, WANG Ji-tong, GE Xiang, QIAO Wen-ming, LING Li-cheng. Polyimide-assisted fabrication of highly oriented graphene-based all-carbon foams for increasing the thermal conductivity of polymer composites. New Carbon Mater., 2024, 39(2): 271-282. doi: 10.1016/S1872-5805(24)60835-8

聚酰亚胺辅助制备高定向石墨烯基全炭泡沫及其在导热聚合物复合材料中的应用

doi: 10.1016/S1872-5805(24)60835-8
基金项目: 国家自然科学基金(22178107, U21A2060, 22178116, 21978097),新疆维吾尔自治区重点研发计划(2022B01030),上海市浦江计划(21PJD019)
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    通讯作者:

    王际童,教授. E-mail: wangjt@ecust.edu.cn

    乔文明,教授. E-mail:qiaowm@ecust.edu.cn

  • 中图分类号: TB33

Polyimide-assisted fabrication of highly oriented graphene-based all-carbon foams for increasing the thermal conductivity of polymer composites

Funds: This work is partly supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (22178107, U21A2060, 22178116 and 21978097), Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region Key Research and Development Program (2022B01030), and Shanghai Pujiang Program (21PJD019)
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  • 摘要: 石墨烯及其衍生物具有高纵横比的二维层状结构,在加工过程中通常倾向于水平排列。因此,石墨烯基复合热界面材料虽然具有较高的面内热导率,但其表现出的低面外热导率难以满足实际应用需求。本文通过定向冷冻策略制备了竖直排列的聚酰亚胺/石墨纳米片(PG)导热骨架以提高聚合物复合材料的面外热导率,其中石墨纳米片(GNs)为高导热石墨烯薄膜的粉体边角料。在该过程中,采用水溶性聚酰胺盐溶液直接分散疏水的GNs,热亚胺化后获得的聚酰亚胺在辅助GNs定向排列的同时经石墨化处理转变为人造石墨。同时,GNs的引入提高了PG骨架的有序度和密度,进一步提高了聚二甲基硅氧烷(PDMS)基复合材料的强度和导热性能。结果表明,所制备的PDMS/PG复合材料(PG:21.1%)的面外热导率达14.56 W·m−1·K−1,是纯PDMS的81倍。这种简便的聚酰亚胺辅助二维疏水填料定向排列的方法为各向异性热界面材料的规模制备提供了思路,同时实现了石墨烯薄膜边角料的再利用。
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    Figure  1.  Schematic illustration for the fabrication of PDMS/PG composite

    Figure  2.  The initial contact angle of GNs with (a) H2O and (b) WPAA solution. The suspensions of the GNs/H2O and GNs/WPAA (c) before and (d) after stay for 3 h

    Figure  3.  Cross-sectional SEM images of (a-c) untreated PAA10/GNs2.5 and (d-f) graphited P10G2.5 foam. (g) Digital pictures of P10G2.5 foam at different temperature gradients and PDMS/P10G2.5 composite

    Figure  4.  (a) XRD patterns of PAA, GNs, PAA10/GNs2.5, P10G0 and P10G2.5. Raman ID/IG mappings of PAA10GNs2.5, (b) 1000 °C, (c) 2000 °C, (d) P10G2.5, (e) GNs and (f) P10G0

    Figure  5.  (a) TP K, (b) IP K, and (c) TP η of PDMS/PG composites. (d)The K of PDMS, PDMS/P10G2.5 and PDMS/dP10G2.5. (e) Comparison of TP K of PDMS/P10G2.5 with other reported polymer/graphene composites. (f) TP K of PDMS/P10G2.5 during heating and cooling cycles

    Figure  6.  (a) Schematic diagram of heat transfer performance test system, and cross-sectional SEM images of PDMS/P10G2.5 and PDMS/dP10G2.5. (b) Infrared thermography images of PDMS/P10G2.5 and PDMS/dP10G2.5 during a heating process: top view (up), front view (down). (c) Surface temperature-time and temperature difference curves of PDMS/P10G2.5 and PDMS/dP10G2.5. (d) Schematic diagram of phonons transfer in PDMS/P10G2.5 and PDMS/dP10G2.5

    Figure  7.  (a) Thermogravimetric analysis curves of PDMS and PDMS/P10Gy composites under air atmosphere. (b) Compressive stress-strain curves of PDMS/P10Gy composites. (c) Compressive strength and (d) modulus of PDMS/PG composites. (e) Strain-stress curves and (f) TP K of PDMS/P10G2.5 compressed repeatedly for 40 times

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