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2021-11-22

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Jia Jia, Hongsheng Liang, Geng Chen, Limin Zhang

ABSTRACT

Electromagnetic (EM) wave technology has greatly promoted the development of information industry and facilitated human life. At the same time, EM pollution caused by excessive use of EM waves will endanger human health and disrupt the normal operation of instruments. Therefore, compelling immediate action needs to be taken to solve EM pollution and interference problem. One-dimensional carbon has become a potential candidate to solve these problems because of its high dielectric loss, significant thermodynamic stability, high specific surface area, and low density. In this paper, the application of one-dimensional carbon materials and magnetic materials and dielectric materials in absorbing EM waves is introduced, and the future development direction is prospected, which provides some feasible ideas for more scientists. More... »

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567-584

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