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submitted on 27.07.2019 and posted on 31.07.2019by Yun Yan, Hongjun Jin, Mengqing Xie, Wenkai Wang, Lingxiang Jiang, Wenying Chang, Yue Sun, Limin Xu, Shihao Zang, Jianbing Huang, Lei Jiang
We report that under mechanical pressure, caking of the precipitated
molecular self-assemblies may lead to bulk supramolecular films. Massive
fabrication of supramolecular films becomes possible using a simple household
noodle machine. The film can be endowed diversified functions by depositing
various functional ingredients via co-precipitation.